College of Liberal Arts faculty please contact Suloni Robertson for project scope and timeline assessment. Work done on small projects such as the ones detailed below, are generally free of charge. Student Technology Assistants work under Suloni’s supervision and art direction. STAs design website layouts, banners, graphics, logos, fliers, posters, newsletters. The walk-in web and graphic design services also include photography, illustration, scanning, and image handling.
We take professional photographs for faculty and graduate student profile pages in studio. Studio portraits shoots are scheduled twice a month. Email Emma Whelan to schedule an appointment. We also offer on-site photography for features and other web graphics.
COLA faculty and graduate students, rather than sending in non-professionally taken snapshots for upload to the database, please consider taking advantage of our photography studio. Portraits taken in our studio:
- allow faculty and graduate students to project a professional and confident image
- create a more uniform and professional appearance across the UT pages
- allow for faculty and graduate students to have a large photograph on their profile pages
Photography group includes Daniel Garza, Andre Leroux, Ryan Miller, and Emma Whelan.
We also offer site specific photography around the UT campus for facilities, events, portraits, and other circumstances.
Highlight Faculty achievement through feature stories and photography. Photo by Daniel Garza.
Photograph used in logo design for McCombs School of Business. Photo by Emma Whelan.
One of several lab photographs taken for E-Skeletons website.
STAs collaborate with faculty on web design for Academic Units, as well as Course Sites, Conference Sites, and Lab Sites. During an initial meeting, the design team assesses your project details and goals. Our design group provides clients with two mockups to choose one from. An STA will then fully realize the chosen design, providing up to two revisions or refinements of the chosen mockup.
STAs design the look and feel and implementation of departments, centers, programs, initiatives, and institutes. STAs provide tutorials to faculty and staff on how to upload and manage content for these sites. Contact Andre Leroux for more information.
Conference, course, and lab sites are generally developed using WordPress as a platform. WordPress allows the client and their group to easily update their sites.
Lab sites for the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab and The Twin Project designed by _______ and Camri Hinkie.
Conference sites for Reset, Reboot, Recoup and Dialogue in Multicultural, Multimodal, and Multi-Competent Communities of Practice Workshop designed by Michael Jarrott and Suloni Robertson.
STAs create branding and unique visual identity for both web and print. Their work includes banners, illustrations, and logos.
Banners are used as the header for websites. These can be text, photo, or illustration heavy.
Banner for Institute for Mental Health Research was designer by Miles Foster-Greenwood.
Banner for Department of Geography and the Environment created by Suloni Robertson.
Banner for Department of Asian Studies site illustrated by Marissa Kopatic and Kathy Chung.
Graphic for Government feature designed by Miles-Foster Greenwood.
Illustration for Korean Language Course site KOR330 BOM! created by Kathy Chung and Katie Tiller.
Logo mockups for Institute for Urban Policy Research designed by Michael Jarrott.
Chosen logo and branding identity for Institute for Urban Policy Research designed by Katie Tiller.
For special events, lectures, or other news, STAs can also create flyers, posters, postcards, and newsletters.
Poster designed by Kei Kudose. Flyer designed by Michael Jarrott.
Newsletter designed by ________________.
The STAs handles scanning of various formats such as text, photography, slides, and negatives. Our services also include image handling, sizing, editing, and archiving.
Smaller scanning services (200 images or less) are offered free of charge on a first-come first-serve basis. Such jobs are added to the workload queue and completed within a given deadline. Larger jobs (over 200 images) are considered on a case-by-case basis, and could incur a charge.
In some instances, image scanning services are available to faculty outside the College of Liberal Arts, though a university account will be required in order to bill labor charges to the appropriate UT entity.
Please contact our STA Project Supervisor, Suloni Robertson, for details.