CDL Graphics Portfolio

Action Icons

Visually appealing icons designed to bring attention to a specific area of text or media. These icons are fully integrated into Webcourses@UCF through the Rich Content Editor.

Do This Icon

Read This Icon

Try This Icon

Watch This Icon

Discussion Icon


Custom avatars that provide an extra personal flair to your course.

Bright Idea Avatar
Watch This Avatar
Valerie Avatar


Visual stories that analyze data rather than simply present the information.

Circular chart of edtech

Chart of 21st Century Student Outcomes and Support Systems

Chart of Interaction between Online and In-Field

Course Graphics

A variety of ways to visually enhance your online course.

Bookshelf containing the Books of the TaNaKh

Illustrated chart

Gif of the Pythagorean Theorem


A style for providing solutions for your visual ideas.

Illustration of a ship firing cannonballs

Illustration of a couple having dinner

Illustration of a woman in a wheelchair speaking to a construction worker


Concepts that have been identified as difficult for students to grasp that may benefit from a visual to support that concept.

Infographic of External Resources for Faculty

Infographic of Service Learning

Infographic of How Death Becomes a Homicide


Geographical images with custom information supplied in a variety of ways.

Map of Florida

Map of Central America

Map of the Wine Growing Regions of the World


Custom photographs to provide solutions for your concepts through photo-manipulation, annotated photographs or we can use available stock photography.

Photo of Top Chef Rosen

Photo of tire skids on the pavement


Course Banners

An image that appears on the home page of your online course. This identifies the course title and can be customized to reflect the content of your course.

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View more examples of banners that are currently used in online courses.

Banner Example for Formal Logic I

Banner Example for Humanistic Traditions I

Banner Example for Child Welfare Services

Banner Example for Human Systems Integration in Modeling and Simulation