Patterns are a useful way to add depth and detail to your designs. Choose from three pattern styles (available in multiple color variations) to create a full-bleed texture or simplified organic edge in your layout. Only approved patterns should be used in university communications.
Palm Leaves 1
Palm Leaves 2
Create full-bleed graphics, such as on the back of letterhead or the interior of a book jacket. Full-bleed patterns feel sophisticated and can be used like white space when a project allows.
Use an edge element to create distinctive, pattern-based edges on pages. This simplified pattern treatment can be layered with other objects to add interest.
Add a unique background or brand-centric graphic effect to your design with textural patterns.
Select a solid or patterned frame to use as a container for an element or to create an interesting border.