Creating Graphics for Presentation Boards

Creating Graphics for Presentation Boards

See Also:

Image Upload Guidelines Overview

Expo Hall Graphics

Creating Graphics for Image Boards


Presentation (aka "Web") boards may be used in a few different ways, our primary focus for this article is how to prepare static graphics. Web boards may also be used to display web page(s), play a video, screen share, or share a view using one’s web camera.

 

Upload file types: Single graphic image files: .bmp, .gif, .jpg, (transparency is not preserved on a web board)

Upload multi-pagefile types: pdf or .ppt

Video file types:  WebM format 1080P, or .MP4

(Note: MP4s will be converted to WebM on the back end, which may cause the file size to exceed the upload limit)

 

            Default max upload size:  30MB

Browse Web: URL

Additional Features:  Screen share, Webcam share

 

Various web boards around campus will have different dimensions. To find the exact dimensions navigate to https://browsersize.com/. Look at the top right for the screen size and use those dimensions as a starting point.

 


Creating a Graphic for a Web Board

For a graphic to fill the entire board, the file should be set up to match the dimensions found using the browser size tool. This tool will illustrate the size of a webboard. Upon navigating to the website by clicking on the link above, please look to the right of the “setmy.browsersize.com” logo to see the size of the webboard. We recommend you make this the size of your image.

 

 

Create the graphic in an image processing application such as photoshop, flatten all layers, and then save the file.  Save for Web as a bmp, .gif, .jpg, or .png. Ensure the file size is under 30MB, and image resolution is lower than 1500 pixels x 1500 pixels.

 

Web Board




    • Related Articles

    • Creating Graphics for Image Boards

      See Also: Image Upload Guidelines Overview Expo Hall GraphicsCreating Graphics for Presentation boards Presentation (aka "Web") boards may be used in a few different ways, our primary focus for this article is how to prepare static graphics. Web ...
    • Expo Hall Graphics

      See Also: Image Upload Guidelines Overview Creating Graphics for Image Boards Creating Graphics for Web Boards   Recommendations for “Banner” outside the Expo Hall in the Lobby area File format: .png files with transparent backgrounds Dimensions: ...
    • Image Upload Guidelines Overview

      See Also: Creating Graphics for Web Boards Expo Hall Graphics Creating Graphics for Image Boards Overview The smaller the file size and dimensions, the quicker the web page will load. The same rules apply to graphics that will be displayed inside the ...
    • Google Docs and the Presentation Board

      File Upload & Presentations File upload allows you to put certain files directly onto a selected presentation board. This can be done using the icon to the right of the favorite (star) icon. Files will pop up in the presentation board, just like any ...
    • Presentation Boards

        Presentation boards function similarly to web browsers. Content displayed on these boards can be changed as easily as navigating to a website and all users in the area will be able to see the changes you make. Changing a Presentation Board1. Click ...