The Texas Constitution mandated the creation of "a university of the first class." One hundred and twenty-five years later, and in the spirit of that mandate, 218 citizens chosen for their occupational, ethnic and geographic diversity met to express a vision of how The University of Texas could best serve Texas and society over the next quarter-century. After nearly two years of deliberations, the Commission was ready to articulate its recommendations. We were honored when the Chairman of the Commission, Kenneth M. Jastrow II, asked us to design the Commission's report. We created both hard and soft cover versions, as well as a graphic and photographic vocabulary that extended into additional print and online communications.