Please ensure that the following elements are included on all new academic websites associated with the Humanities Division:
- Humanities Division or University wordmark (see below, not to scale)
- Standard footer with link back to UofC and/or Humanities Division, address, contact, colophon etc.
- Site-wide search form
First, decide whether you will need to use the Humanities or the University of Chicago wordmark. All Humanities websites and graduate student workshops with faculty sponsors in the Humanities need to use the Humanities wordmark. Interdisciplinary sites, joint Humanities/SSD and other workshops should use the University of Chicago wordmark.
Secondly, decide which of the two methods below makes the most sense for the given site. The image tag is slightly simpler to use but requires the ability to change HTML generation. Both methods listed below will support full quality on HiDPI displays and phone/tablet zooming. Immediately after the method descriptions are a list of uris for the full quality and reduced quality fallback wordmarks with 4 different color options. Please use only the links to humstatic.uchicago.edu and don't move these files into themes or onto other servers.
Feel free to substitute other sizes as needed by the site in question. Avoid going below 200 pixels in width or above 400. Always scale the height proportionally so as not to skew the text.
CSS backgrounds are slightly more complicated due to the need to support IE7-8. The best way to do this is to use Modernizr to detect the background-size CSS3 feature supported by all browsers except IE7 and 8. We have a Modernizr plugin for our Drupal sites.
Full size: 800x114
Fallback size: 300x43
coming soon? in the meantime see identity.uchicago below for central logos
For university banners, typography and other visual identity elements please see http://identity.uchicago.edu.