Another very common question I get from new designers is, “Where can I find good graphics for my projects? Google Images doesn’t cut it for me.” I hate hearing that folks have relied on Google Image search for so long—and I cringe thinking how many copyright violations are happening on the daily from those who don’t know how many incredible resources actually exist.
The #1 question I get asked from new IDs is “What type of file should I use for this?” While there are many of files you’ll use throughout your instructional design career, a good rule of thumb when it comes to learning the basics is this: If you can easily identify the difference between a JPEG and a PNG, you’ll be ahead of the pack.
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