If you are building a website for a team who try to avoid hierarchies, one way to represent this is via photographs of the people involved.
Rather than the usual five white guys in suits sitting in front of a bookcase, today’s invention allows team members to appear of equal status.
Everyone gets, say, a dozen headshots taken, each with their gaze (and maybe even their face angle) in a different direction.
When a website visitor clicks on the face of person X, the page refreshes to show an image of X looking straight ahead and all the other people in the matrix of faces looking directly at her.
In addition to this, clicking on a face at, say, the top right of the array might cause that face to migrate to the middle of the crowd, with all those eyes following her progress to the centre of attention.