Looking for a HOBI/UF logo to use in an upcoming presentation? Need a HOBI PowerPoint template or research poster template? How about a professional headshot for your online faculty profile? Here you’ll find tools and resources to help you develop presentations and other communications materials that align with HOBI/UF branding guidelines.
Our communications team can help you promote department-sponsored events or publicize research advances and notable professional accomplishments. We also create student swag and other marketing materials to support HOBI research and educational programs.
Tempted by a template?
Note: The previously-used dark blue HOBI PowerPoint template has been retired and should not be used.
Looking for a logo?
When to use
The University of Florida name and brand carry a lot of weight. From research posters to study recruitment materials, the UF/HOBI logo can be used to identify our department and legitimize materials and research.
Which to use
The department has two logos: one that includes the College of Medicine (COM) in the design and one that does not. Which should you use?
HOBI LOGO WITH COM: Use this logo when developing materials to be used off campus.
HOBI LOGO WITHOUT COM: Use this logo if materials carrying the logo are limited to the UF campus, especially if your audience is within the College of Medicine.
If you’re unsure, feel free to ask.
Signing off with a signature?
Per UF Health policy, all employee email signature blocks must use a standardized email signature in all internal or external communication. The signature should conform to standards set for employee business cards and may include the employee’s name, credentials, job title, department and contact information. Pronouns may be included but are not required. Use of the HOBI/UF logo is optional. However, personalized e-mail and instant messenger signatures, backgrounds, personal photos, personal images, avatars, quotes, taglines and marks copyrighted by the University of Florida Athletic Association may not be used. See appropriate example below. You can download customizable HOBI and OneFlorida email signature blocks here. Need help? Contact the HOBI Communications Team.
Photography and Videography Services
Event photography and videography
The communications team arranges photography and videography for regularly-scheduled department events, such as HOBI Grand Rounds. If you’d like to request photography or videography for a specific event, please contact us to see if it’s on our schedule.
Ready for your close-up? We’re talking headshots.
Free, walk-in headshot photography services are available to UF faculty and staff through the UF Health Creative Services team. A few days after your session, they will send you a link to download a selection of photos. Please download and save your favorite one for business and professional use, and send us a copy for our communications files. Don’t forget to update your UF Health Directory profile with your new photo.
Headshot do’s and don’ts
DO: Wear business professional attire in jewel-tones (ex. blue, maroon, navy, purple, dark green), comb or brush your hair, and smile!
DO NOT: Wear t-shirts, scrubs, neon colors, or heavily patterned shirts, jackets or dresses.
Meet the Communications Team
What We Do
News and Public Relations
A primary focus of the HOBI communications team involves promoting faculty news and research through established communications channels on campus and in the news media. Please let us know when you receive a grant; your study is accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal; you’ve been selected to serve on a professional committee or board; you’ve been asked to present at a conference or workshop; or you’ve won an award.
Marketing and Creative Services
From creating professional PowerPoint presentations to creative student swag, marketing our department’s education programs and research is an integral part of our communications efforts. Please reach out for promotional materials or if you need assistance with department branding.
To provide marketing and communications support for HOBI research and educational programs and to steer the department’s brand in line with UF Health Communications.