Have you ever walked down the street and saw someone wearing a t-shirt advertising a business or event? Perhaps you were driving and seen a vehicle decked out with advertisement of a beverage or product? These are all examples of how graphic design works with marketing. Even road signs are products of it.
Uneetee = This concept is unique to all others. It actually only offers one t shirt for sale for a 24 hour period and then it is gone forever. they actually have a timer that shows you how long you still have to buy the t shirt before it is gone. I have not seen any other site that does this so far and they seem to be growing fast.
A cover letter need not be the mundane, ordinary thing that the employer reads every day. Spiff it up using powerful words to tell them your abilities and skills. Use words like “I am confident…” or “I am qualified…”. Let them know that you believe yourself to be the best man for the job.
Wizeguyztees = A new site that is just getting started but shows promise with the Free SVG Cut File that they do offer. Offensive t shirts seem to be the niche followed by the occasional funny t shirt. My prediction is you will hear more about this site in the future.
Write a clear definition of your goals and the type of graphics that you need. Having things in writing always helps you avoid confusing situations. Once the designer understands, he can then take the reins and begin formulating a plan of action for your graphics pack.
You get what you pay for. This old adage is especially true in graphic design. Think of graphic design not as an expense, but as an investment in your company’s future. Would you hire your next-door neighbor to do your business taxes? Unless he’s a certified accountant, the answer is probably no. The same goes for graphic design.
When we know what the message is then everything else will fall into place. If the point is to thank the employees for their loyal service or if it is to motivate them to sign up for new training, either way the point drives the graphic design. When the point is determined then the direction is known. When the direction is known then the scenery (graphics) will fall into place.
Make sure you know if there are any extra hidden fees, like charges for revisions or optional add-ons. Before you finalize the deal, ask to see references of other satisfied customers. Even though a design may look perfect, you want to know if the customer had a good overall experience with the graphic designer before you sign on the dotted line.