Sunday, February 28, 2016

Your Embroidered Logo: Does It Speak For You?

Does your new logo design work?

  • Is it dynamic? Simple?  Distinct and memorable?
  • Does it represent your business?
  • Does it appeal to the type of customer you market to?

A well-designed logo describes what you do and how you do it in a simple, memorable way that is appropriate for your business.

Friday, February 26, 2016

Want a sharp image? Check out Ogio's Axle polo, style #06113. Its fashion-forward details include a contrast-color placket with three snaps and two chest pockets with debossed snap closures. Its made from five-ounce, 100% poly tricot with stay-cool wicking technology, is tagless and is available in five vibrant colors including "piston purple" and "teal spark". Wearing embroidered Ogio polo shirts will help give you a cutting-edge appearance!

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Your Embroidered Logo: Checking Your Proof

You've just received your digital embroidery proof. It seems okay but its hard to visualize how it will look embroidered on a shirt. How can you tell if it will look good?

Background -  Is the background color the same color as the shirts you ordered? If not, your logo might look completely different so you should request to see a proof against the "shirt" background.

Size - You should know the actual measurements of the design rather than judging it by how it looks on your computer screen. How can you check the size if you can't print the proof at the correct size? Cut a piece of paper to the right dimensions, tape it to a shirt in the proper location, stand three feet away and visualize your logo.

Fabric Type - A logo can look very different depending on the type of fabric its embroidered on. Elements such as small text can be clearly readable on some fabrics while unreadable on others.  If you're uncertain how your design will look its best to request an embroidered sample shirt so you can see exactly how your design will appear.