A client brought on new staff members during the break so we added the new staff member images and bios to the client’s website.
Tip 1: when adding images be sure to crop them just a little larger than the size of the placeholder in which the image will be contained.
The reason for doing that is that both client-supplied and stock images are usually huge in both dimensions and in file size, which is initially a good thing because they’re high quality, but… a good rule of thumb is to, again, reduce the image dimensions to fit the placeholder and most importantly, compress the image to reduce it’s file size. This really helps to prevent slow web-page loading.
My go-to size image file size is 100kb or less, where possible.