It is the thumbnail or the most striking image of your project. On UNI it has to be kept in a ration of 2:1 in landscape mode.
In UNI's feed when there are hundreds of projects are being browsed by our users, your cover plays the most important part for viewers to immediately grab their attention. A cover is the first image of your project. UNI provides this to be in the ratio of 2:1 (e.g. 3000px X 1500px). Here are some tips about what makes a good cover image:
- A cover image should be the most striking/attention-grabbing image in your project.
- Do not include the title and description on the cover image as the project card already have this information.
- Keep the cover ratio as 2:1 to avoid unnecessary cropping of the image.
Anatomy of the project feed
The project feed has the most exquisite content at your disposal. It has projects ranging from resourceful playgrounds in refugee camps to transit shelter for pilgrims, from re-defining playgrounds to re-imagining red riding hood’s journey through ...
Unable to upload images to a project?
Uploading images is only a few clicks away, only if you do it right! All you need to do is upload the images in the right format. UNI supports images in. JPG, JPEGs, and PNG formats only. ( Note: UNI does not support PDFs either, uploading a pdf can ...
What file/media formats are supported for uploading project?
At present, the project upload page only supports image files e.g. (*.jpg, *.png, *.gif, ). We will start supporting more media files very soon over the platform including *.pdf and *.3ds files as well.
How to add team members to my project?
Adding team members is done halfway while submitting the project. If you are registering at the moment you do not have to add your team right now. You can add your team members while submitting your final project. If you are creating your project ...
What does publishing a project mean?
Publishing a project means that you allow other people to view it publicly on uni as well as over the internet. It is open for posts, comments, and likes for all members of UNI. To publish your project, click on the Publish tab once you’re done ...