The Difference Between Image File Types for Design (with Downloadable Checklist!)

file types podcastNothing can throw a wrench in your morning like being asked for a file type you’ve never heard of or having a graphic designer send you strange files you have no idea what to do with.

In this episode, we’ll run down a host of file types you may come across in your day-to-day marketing activities, what they’re used for, and why you would need to send them.

We cover JPGs, PNGs, EPS, AI, GIF and more in this short, informative episode.

Having at least a basic understanding of different file types can go a long way to saving you time, stress, and sanity – oh, and it can totally make the difference between getting your flyer or newsletter out on time or past deadline (trust us, we’ve been there).

Tune in to discover:

  • 10 different file types that you may come across in marketing your medical practice and how to use them
  • The difference between vector and raster images
  • When to use high resolution vs. low resolution files and how to send them
  • Which file types you can work with and which are best left to your graphic designer
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