Avatars help customise various elements of a user interface and make the product experience more personalised. They are often used in communication apps, collaboration tools and social media.
avatar class to add an avatar to your interface design for greater customisation.
Set an image as the background to make users easy to indentify and create a personalised experience.
You can also use initials instead of pictures.
Apart from pictures and initials, you can also use icons to make the avatars more universal.
Avatar initials color
Customize the color of the avatars’ background. You can click here to see the list of available colors.
Using Bootstrap’s typical naming structure, you can create a standard avatar or scale it up or down to different sizes based on what you need.
Add a status indicator to your avatar to show, for instance, if a users is online or offline or indicate the number of messages they have received.
Change the shape of an avatar with the default Bootstrap image classes. You can make them round or square and change their border radius.
Create a list of avatars within one parent container.
Make the list stack once a certain number of avatars is reached to make it look clear and display well regardless of the screen size.