Resources for Presentations, Classwork, and Research
The DMSE logo should be placed according to these guidelines in order for it to look its best:
Leave space equal to at least half the height of the icon around the logo.
The DMSE logo should be used at a minimum of 96px wide in digital, or 1 inch in print.
Any of the included logos are available to use, but they should not be changed or distorted in any way. They should not be placed over busy images. The DMSE logo works best over white, but can be placed over other colors as long as there is enough contrast to clearly see the logo.
The DMSE identity uses Open Sans, a free font that can be downloaded from Google. Please note, for the full set of diacritical marks, select the font at the top of the page, click customize in the window that is created, then scroll down and check the box for Latin Extended.
Communication Lab Services for DMSE
Communication Lab services for DMSE are provided through the support of the ChemE and MechE Comm Labs.
Trained Communication Fellows are now available for personalized peer-to-peer coaching for all of your communication needs. These one-on-one sessions are opportunities for undergraduates to get support for all visual, written, and verbal communication, including:
- Graduate school applications
- Fellowship applications
- Cover letters
- Poster presentations
- Oral presentations
- English grammar and language support
There are also online communication kits (CommKits) that give tips on many topics, available here. Stay tuned for future announcements on workshops for applications, resumes, and more.
CPS maintains a library of MIT logo resources and guidelines.
The MIT Library has dedicated resources for materials science.
Felice Frankel has created an online class that teaches how to create science and engineering images: Making Science and Engineering Pictures.
MIT colors are red and gray. If you would like to match the red, it is Pantone 201, or:
CMYK: 24; 100; 78; 17
RGB: 163; 31; 52