Designing Custom Clothing Graphics: Should You Hire a Professional?
My brother got all of the artistic genes in the family. I can write fairly well, which kind of qualifies as being artistic, but my brother is an incredible artist who can create amazing sketches in just a few minutes. I, on the other hand, have the artistic talent of a fifth grader. Here's a drawing that I created just for you:
As you can see, I have no business designing professional-level graphics. If I were designing a custom shirt, I would probably hire a professional or get outside assistance to make sure that my custom clothing packed a visual punch. Luckily, there are tons of artists at Lead Apparel who know how to create beautiful custom clothing graphics.
I'm guessing some of my readers are just like me. You need a custom shirt, but you've got the artistic talent of a rock. What are your options?
Turn Your Group into a Resource
I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that you're part of a large organization. You could be part of a church group, a member of a non-profit organization, a member of a sports team, or a business owner. Whatever the case, you probably have access to a large group of people who are more than willing to help you come up with a design for your organization's custom clothing. Image source: Stillaliveandkickingaround.blogspot.com
You can turn the activity into a fun event by asking your group to submit ideas. You might even want to let members vote on designs, or offer some sort of prize to the person who submits the winning design. By increasing interactivity, the members of your group will feel like you respect their opinions. It also has the added benefit of drawing from a large pool of creative minds. If two minds are better than one, then several hundred minds are invaluable!