A Note On Our New Design

This issue, you may notice some changes in the Record; we are undergoing a makeover in print and online. With the onset of the new Record board, we decided to evaluate everything that goes into the look of the paper to make it the best it can be for all readers.

Our logo is getting a contemporary replacement to match the redesign. We have chosen a new set of font families – serif and slab – to bring a more professional look to the paper. Our signature purple will appear in new details spread across each section, more sparse but also more distinct.

If you visit us online, you will notice an even more marked change. We have overhauled the Record website from the ground up with a contemporary and streamlined design. The site is now responsive to all of your devices, adapting in form and function to offer you the best access to the Record possible whether you are on a computer, tablet or mobile phone. With a new modern and immersive Record online, current, past and future Ephs can engage even more with what is happening at the College.

This new approach, though, is not a one-off redesign. We will constantly improve and expand on our philosophy that every element of every printed and online page should be drawn, typed or placed with purpose. Design is the medium to all of the Record’s content, so please let us know what you think of the changes. What you like, what you do not and what you want to see; this design is for the readers. We look forward to sharing our mission with you.

Michael Rubel

Productions Manager