When you set up a clinic, you have the option of uploading a logo. The logo is displayed on the top of patient handouts and web pages. If you don’t have a logo or would rather remind your patients what you look like, you can upload a photo instead. Or a photo of your clinic. Or your dog. It doesn’t really matter what the image is, just that it is a JPEG or GIF format image.
To upload an image (logo or otherwise), click on the “Manage my account” link in the upper right corner of Move-Rx. Then click on the Clinic Information tab. If you haven’t set up a clinic, this is a good time to do so (see “Clinics” For All! for more on setting up a clinic). Near the bottom of the clinic setup/edit screen is where you upload your image:
The optimum size of the image should be 125 pixels tall by 375 pixels wide. That is the optimum aspect ratio (1:3) or one unit high by three units wide. If you image is 200 pixels high, then the width should be no greater than 600 pixels wide. When you upload the image the system will scale it so that it is the same aspect ratio of the input image. If it isn’t in a 1:3 aspect ratio (so, for example, if it is square) then the system will scale it to fite the longest dimension and will keep it’s aspect ratio. Te only other limitation is file size – it can’t be bigger than 1MB.
If that all sounds Greek to you, don’t worry – just upload the image that you want to put there and see what the system does to it. If you don’t like what the system does, you can just delete it and try something else. Below, I’ve uploaded the ball from our logo so you can see how a square image will look.
The bottom line is that we allow you to upload an image – logo or photo – to personalize Move-Rx and how you are presenting yourself to patients via their programs. If you don’t have a logo, maybe a photo would be a good addition to your branding via Move-Rx. Experiment!