Step 5

Media & Animation

Checklist of Attributes:

Your media should exemplify these truths:

Call users to act upon the media’s goal

Utilizes the brand’s character styles and globals

Informs users with on-brand content

Be up-to-date in file format and resolution

 

 

 

 

Below are samples of our animations.

Various types of media include:

  • Banner
  • Flyer
  • Brochure
  • Poster
  • Boardwalk
  • Character Design
  • Storyboard
  • Animation
  • Commercial

Below is a list of the various file formats you should receive when ordering media.

Extensions
File Format Name
Common Uses
.jpg, .jpeg Joint Photographic Experts Group Displaying opaque images on websites
.png Portable Network Graphics Displaying transparent images on websites
.pdf Portable Document Format Displaying printable vector graphics
.ai Adobe Illustrator File Creating logos and character designs
.pdf Interactive Portable Document Format Workable documents that receive input
.psd Photoshop Editing graphic files
.eps Encapsulated PostScript Editing vector files
Quicktime Movie
.mov
Displays a video file
MPEG-4 Part 14
.mp4 Displays a video file
Audio Video Interleave .avi Editing uncompressed movie files
.gif Graphics Interchange Format Displays a sequence of images online
 .webm WebM Displays a compressed video file online
.doc
Microsoft Word
Typing text with formatting
.txt Text file Typing Text without formatting
.zip ZIP Compressing multiple files into (1) folder

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