Tips for Designing Custom Printed T Shirts
The popularity of printed t shirts is not new; it has been an age old craze to go for t-shirts as they give a fresh, young look to the person wearing it. T shirts have been a popular wear for casual occasions, parties, college wear and many other occasions. Recently, there has been a trend to make custom printed t-shirts from various shops which sell personalized goods. These are used for various purposes: gifts, promotional campaigns, college departmental t shirts, office purposes and others.
Below cited are certain tips and guidelines for an excellent designing of your t shirts:
• The first and foremost thing to consider is the color of your t shirt. The base color has an important role to play in a personalized t shirt. If you wish to customize it with a particular logo or design, the base color should be compatible with that logo. Moreover, color should be chosen on the basis of certain factors like gender, season, occasion and so on.
• If one wishes to customize his or her t-shirt with certain quotes or messages, he or she must ensure that they are short and precise. Long quotes on t shirt look jammed in and it mars the beauty of personalization. One can choose to put quotes on both or either side of the t shirt.
• The next thing to focus upon is the use of fonts and style of the text. The font and style should look good, attractive, appealing and also compatible with the occasion for which the t shirt is chosen. For instance, the font and style of a promotional t shirt should be appealing while that of department t shirt should be serious.
So feel free and confident to make the t shirt of your choice, following the above mentioned guidelines.
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