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Hi everyone,

Just wondering if people were aware that we were slowly collecting our marketing/design resources and trying to sort them our logically. So, a year ago or so (a little more), the marketing/design teams created a central repository that we share in management. We also put the link on our respective wiki pages (3rd menu liine)

So, our link/label for the repository is called "Marketing Logo/Artwork Resources" (as you can see on our 3rd menu line)[1] AND the design teams link/label is called plainly "Artwork Resources"[2].

These two links lead to this page:

We are now seeing a build-up of a page that was slated for deletion (it was being emptied as we had time to do so) that is found here:

I am not sure if you are aware of this and probably explains a new buildup of resources on many wiki pages that essentially fragment our materials that would probably be best put on one page. This leads to our spending more energy re-inventing materials that we may in fact have done and reposited on a wiki that people have forgotten existed.

IMO, it would be best to continue updating and using the marketing/design teams "Visual Elements" wiki page as this, to me, seems to make the most sense.

Just some thoughts for those of you who may not have been aware of this page.




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