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How to Design T Shirts to Avoid Common Mistakes?

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Everyone likes a great T-shirt design. So, what is a great design? What makes people want to wear T-shirts again and again?

Some of the best designs are simple. However, even the simplest design requires doing something right-avoiding the most common mistakes-in order to achieve a great design. As a Good Shirt Designs Supplier, share with you.

1. Size

There may be things in life that are of little importance. This is very important in T-shirt design. However, most people tend to use the standard size most of the time.

The key is: the size should be determined according to the nature of the design and the characteristics of the garment to be printed. There should be some thinking.

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Depending on the shape of the design, it may look much larger than it should. Some people print their design on plain paper at home and put it on a shirt to get an idea of how it looks. I fully support this. I also support you in making superhero costumes with superhero costumes in household items. Another thing to consider: Does one size fit all sizes? Depending on the size of the clothing and the size of the order, you may want to consider using reduced-size prints for smaller items such as ladies’ and youth clothing. Another thing to consider is the style of clothing or items to be printed, which may limit the printing area.

2. Placement

Sometimes the printing position is confused with the position, but in fact, this is a specific measurement of where the design is printed in the position.

Your design may be so amazing that you turn the head but place it incorrectly, and for the wrong reason, the lamp head will turn. A common mistake is the belly print, which is never flattering. In an upcoming post, I will discuss this unfortunate position in detail.

If your design is located in a standard printing position, our production team will ensure that the placement position is also standard and will be suitable for your various clothing types and sizes. 

3. Typography and fonts

Typography is the most basic form and a visual part of written text. It is not the text itself, but any time printing or displaying text requires a certain degree of typesetting.

In terms of design, typography is the art of typesetting or arranging fonts in a reasonable way. At the same time, it is necessary to choose fonts (fonts), and ensure that the letter spacing and line spacing are correct, and the interaction with graphic elements is aesthetically pleasing.

The font you choose can tell a lot about how the design is received, and convey certain ideas or evoke ideas that people might not intend. From the beginning of looking at logos, graphics, and advertisements, all of us have become accustomed to attribute certain characteristics to certain fonts. Sometimes, you have to look at many fonts before choosing the correct font.

4. Composition

Generally, what is a well-designed composition may be an insight. But there are some basic composition rules that can significantly improve the design when following these rules. If you want to learn to improve the composition game, there are many resources online.

A typical mistake is that the distance between the elements is too far or too bunched. Or the entire design may lose its balance, leading the line of sight to the wrong position. Or-be especially careful here-the types may be read in the wrong order.

5. Image quality

This is one of the most common problems in artwork files submitted by our clients. Images are usually "low resolution". In other words, they do not have enough pixel information to provide us with high-quality and high-quality print quality.

When you submit a poor-quality artwork, we usually notify you immediately and ask if you have something better. If not, we can take some measures to repair the file. At other times, there is not much that can be done, so the cred file may become only a little print.

Images from the Internet are often too small. They are usually 72 dpi and cannot be printed at full size. Ideally, full-size images should be 200 dpi or higher. Another problem with low-resolution images is that they are sometimes compressed multiple times, and obvious artifacts appear during the compression process. Sometimes, unless you zoom in, you won't see these artifacts.

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