The brand of a company is an important component that should be upheld at all times. From dress code to behaviors, the image of the company is shown in different ways. We have businesses that custom make unique garments for their use as a way of safeguarding their image. A company can choose different dress codes for different occasions such as an official dress code for use on weekend and a casual wear for the weekend and when working outside the office. Additionally, casual t-shirts can also be used in other ways such as marketing tools when the company is running a promotion. There are several T-shirt printing companies in Charleston SC which specializes in this kind of a job.
Below is a discussion of some points to note when designing custom made T-shirts for a company.
How are the custom made T-shirts going to be used? Custom made t-shirts comes in various designs each representing a certain use.
Consider the fabric to be used when custom making the t-shirts. The kind of printing intended for the t-shirt is also an important factor to consider. This is because different fabrics are ideal for different methods of printing and embroidery. A lightweight fabric will not be ideal for embroidering a logo or complicated wording. How is the weather condition of the environment where the business is located, or where the t-shirts will be worn. A t-shirt made with a heavy fabric cannot be used in coastal or hot areas. Choose a lightweight t-shirt for use in coastal areas like the ones made by Palmetto Blended based in Charleston SC.
Consider the color of the T-shirt. What colors does the business use? In order to achieve some consistency in the office, match the colors of the company logo with the t-shirts. The purpose of the customized t-shirt will also help in choosing the colors, e.g. if the garment is required to support a particular event that has its own color theme, then the printing can be adjusted to fit the theme of the day. Other determining factors when it comes to colors is the color of the logo. Having the same t-shirt color with the same color on the logo may not be a good idea. E.g., you cannot have a green logo and still use a green fabric for the t-shirt since the logo will not be clear and visible. Another determining factor is the wording to be printed on the t-shirt as well as the font of those wordings. To have a clear visible message on the t-shirt, choose a different color font for the wordings and the t-shirt.
Finally, talk to the employees of the company and anyone else who will wear the custom made t-shirts, just to have other views on what they would want to have.