A collection of digital photos that depict the UW Madison campus, its various events, and its people. The high resolution photos are able to be downloaded in the original dimensions or the following sizes: 4800px (x-large), 2400px (large), 1200px (medium), or 600px (small). Photos can also be saved in a “lightbox” to be shared with co-workers and project teammates. A robust search tool allows users to easily find photos based on keywords and other parameters.
Campus Photo Library: https://go.wisc.edu/photo
The UMark team can assist you with various marketing-related services such as graphic design, illustration, branding, copy writing, etc. They’ve also got the skinny on how your campus site should be visually presented – both on the web and in print.
University Marketing: https://umark.wisc.edu
Brand + Visual Identity Guidelines: https://brand.wisc.edu/web/logos
WordPress at UW-Madison
Whether you’re new to WordPress or a seasoned user, the campus WordPress site will keep you in the loop on everything from news on the tool, the UW Theme, upcoming events, and more. Don’t forget to join the mailing list – it’s a great place to ask questions about WordPress, share your experiences, and learn from others. Also, the WordPress team at UMark can be contacted if you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the UW Theme.
WordPress at UW-Madison: https://wordpress.wisc.edu
UW Theme: https://uwtheme.wordpress.wisc.edu
Join the Mailing List: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the UMark WordPress Team: email@example.com
Here at WiscWeb, we want to make sure that everyone is able to easily navigate your websites but understand that not everyone knows what this means or how to make their sites more accessible. Here are a few links that will get you started in the right direction:
McBurney Disability Resource Center: https://mcburney.wisc.edu/
How To’s from DoIT: https://it.wisc.edu/guides/accessible-content-tech/
Test Your Site’s Accessibility (AMP Tool): https://wisc.ssbbartgroup.com/index.php
Word Wide Web Accessibility Policy: http://www.wisc.edu/policies/wwwap/
Web Accessibility in Mind: http://webaim.org/
Additional Web Accessibility Tools: https://kb.wisc.edu/page.php?id=50875