The University Communications at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar has created a series of manuals and guides.  They are there in order to support and promote internal and external communication along various channels, so that the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar is painted in the best light.

The graphic designers who work as part of the University Communications team are responsible for the corporate design of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. The corporate design is the foundation of visual communication with the outside world as well as within the university. A uniform visual appearance strengthens employee’s identification with the university and heightens the profile of the university in the public eye. Our Style Guide documents numerous design elements and shows you how you can implement the corporate design of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.

» Style Guide

Download as PDF, 25 MB
Long version with detailed information and explanations. (current version available only in German: 18/09/2015)fileadmin/user/uni/zentrale_einrichtungen/uk_kommunikation/Manuals/Style_Guide_Kompaktversion.pdf

» Style Guide – Compact version

Download as PDF, 9 MB
(only in German: 18/09/2015)

» TYPO3 Manual – Basic Principles (Download as PDF, 8.75 MB)
This manual provides an introduction to the TYPO3 content management system and explains the basic functions. The manual is suitable for beginners and for those users who want to refresh their knowledge. (current version available only in German: 2016)

» TYPO3 Manual – Extended Functions (Download as PDF, 14.2 MB)
This manual provides extensive knowledge about how to work with TYPO3 and shows you how you can create selected content elements and plugins on our/the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar website. (current version available only in German: 2016)

» TYPO3 Manual – Creating Chair Websites (Download as PDF, 6.61 MB)
This manual shows you how to create a clear lay out for your chair/professorship/department
website and how to make it more appealing.  (current version available only in German: 2016)

» Accessibility Guidelines (Download as PDF, 9.31 MB)
These accessibility guidelines will help you design your website so that it is easily accessible to disabled individuals. (current version available only in German: 2016)

» Manual – Web Editing
This guide presents the most common page types and provides you with general information about creating web content, choosing images and using gender-inclusive/-neutral
language.

» Guide & Tips: Writing media information 
This guide will help you create information for the media that is both well-structured and appealing.

» Social Media Guidelines  
Are you planning to use social media as an information and communication channel? Then please read the Social Media Guidelines for the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. 
There you will find a compilation of all of the most important conduct rules and recommendations for how to best participate in social  networks. 

There are multiple ways (all equally correct) of expressing various terms and ideas. Rules and standards differ, change and evolve across country lines and decades.

In order to create a consistent appearance of text, we have created diverse reference tools to support the standardisation of how English terms appear in Bauhaus-Universität Weimar publications with regard to abbreviation, capitalization, spelling and punctuation. These resources are not to be used as a teaching devices.  They are simply here to support a consistent expression of terms in all media that represents the university either in an internal or external capacity, i.e. university website, online and print publications

The Bauhaus-Universität Weimar‘s Guide to English Text Composition can be used in combination with »DE.ENG« in order to assist users in creating a unified English-language style across all communications. Both tools were created in response to the university’s call for increased internationalisation.

» The Bauhaus-Universität Weimar‘s Guide to English Text Composition (Download as PDF)

» Glossary of German - English translations at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar »DE:NG«