Images are easily readable without excessive text, clearly stating the name of their club. More detailed images include visual cues about their club. Images can range from plain text to decorative text on a colorful background. All designs have an aspect ratio of 1:1 (square or circle).
Unremarkable but acceptable; club name is clearly displayed
Use of circle is fun and refreshing; color is nice and name is clearly stated
Eye-catching; name is clearly stated, background depicts club activities, and call to action is displayed ("Click For More!")
Good Examples from Lowell Clubs and Organizations
Make sure images are legible; 1,000 pixels x 1,000 pixels should be sufficient. Avoid excessively large files (5,000px x 5,000px is unnecessary). If your club is a chapter of a larger association (such as FBLA), you may use their logo.
Unacceptable Button Examples
Images are excessively generic and contain little to no context for the club. No name is readable or displayed. Messages displayed are inappropriate or contradictory to LSA, Lowell, or SFUSD guidelines and values.
Am I going to netflix.com or am I going to learn about the Lowell Netflix Watch Club?
Clashing excessively-vibrant colors make it hard to read
People won't be able to recognize what your club is just from a group photo