We have a central repository (static website) that catalogs various icons and graphic templates our customers need to create their products. The user can go to the site and pick and download what they need to use for their projects.
Our users have started asking if we can simply provide them a zip file that contains all the graphics/icons they need, instead of having to go to the website to download a file they need that is specific to their project.
I have debated whether to allow a zip file for download because we are continuously updating icons and graphics on a near weekly basis. If our users have downloaded a single zip, their zipped files would get outdated pretty quickly.
What is the best workflow for this type of thing? I know in the software industry there is something like Github where releases are done in stages, but I think this is a bit complicated for our non-technical users.
Is there a type of notification method that is useful for alerting users that certain files have been updated in the catalog and that they should update their files accordingly? RSS? Email alerts?