Images and Photos
The School of Human Ecology website is 'visual forward' as a key strategy, meaning excellent images are important for both our storytelling and smart user experience (UX). We endeavor to make content accessible and inclusive for all audiences.
Human Ecology's self-service photo library:
Download high-quality images (in multiple sizes) of faculty/staff headshots, Nancy Nicholas Hall, students, classrooms, events, and more.
Photos should be:
- high resolution photo
- jpg or png format
- Ideally 1920 pixels wide (minimum 900px wide)
If you don’t already have a photo:
- Have a friend take a few on their cell phone
- Good lighting is key - outside, in front of greenery, no harsh shadows on you
- Portrait mode on the phone, if possible.
NOTE for all portrait submissions:Please send us a very short (125 characters max) description of what you look like in the photo.
Bad: We're zoomed-in on the face of a brown bear – sometimes known as a grizzly – gazing majestically into the middle distance. Perhaps she's hungry, or has spotted a threat?
Bad: bear, brown bear, grizzly, grizzly bear, mammal, carnivore
Okay: Brown bear
Good: Close-up of a bear's face