Graphics and Photography

The Plymouth State University Web site supports the following approved image formats:

  • JPG
  • GIF
  • PNG

All graphics should always be optimized for quick download.  Images should never be resized in the HTML code or within the Content Management System.  They should always be resized to the desired size using image editing software such as Adobe Photoshop.

Most images optimized for the PSU Web site should be between 200 and 400 pixels wide. Header images and background images may vary significantly from this reference, but should always be optimized for use on the Web.  Images should be used at 100% of their physical web size and 72 dpi for the quickest loading time.

Be sure to follow all copyright regulations.  When appropriate, give credit to photographers.

Contact MCCS

Address:
Marketing Communications and Creative Services
17 High Street
Speare Administration Building, MSC 24
Plymouth NH 03264-1595

Phone:
(603) 535-2276

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