Sunday, November 16, 2014

Your Business Logo: Dark on Dark?

Your business logo is in dark colors. It looked great against a white background in the proof your artist sent.  But, you want to have it embroidered on black shirts. You're thinking that adding a white border around the logo will fix the problem, correct?

Not necessarily! Unlike printing where a thin border can usually be added, often there isn't enough room to add a border to an embroidered design. Also, embroidery often looks and wears best when its not over embellished. What are your options? If you don't want to switch to a light shirt color then adjust your colors so your design can be seen against a dark background. Once you have a "light" and "dark" version for your logo you'll have a much greater color selection when choosing embroidered work polo shirts.

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