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Our digital platforms serve as entry points for a variety of audiences looking to learn more about the university. They are some of our strongest and most effective forms of communication necessary to share a wide range of content, information and resources. Certain design elements — including logos, colors, fonts, HTML structure and accessibility — help us create a welcoming user experience and cohesive brand image throughout the digital space.

This section is a resource for designers, developers and content producers building and updating Texas A&M web pages. Here, you will find the standards and guidelines for all text, video and images used to represent the university across all digital properties.

As a public institution, Texas A&M is responsible for creating digital platforms that are accessible to all. We adhere to the Section 508 standards for web accessibility, ensuring that those using assisted technologies can effectively navigate our web pages.