Checklist: Designing Your Custom Decals
Custom decals can be great for your sports team or league, but they’re not all created equal. When you buy pre-made decals you’ll know exactly what you’re getting, but that’s not the case if you’re working on your own.
Before you buy, use this guide to learn more about designing custom decals. They can look great, but you need to do it the right way if you want your decal to be a success.
Style of Your Custom Decals
Designing your own custom decal might seem easy, but understanding how it is going to look once applied isn’t always as simple as you might think. That’s because a drawing and a real life decal aren’t always the same.
Take the time to check the shape and lines on your decal, making it clear that every line is bold and obvious. Decals that are too complex often look messy and hard to see from a distance.
You don’t want a decal on a helmet that is able to be seen from far away, but not understandable to the person looking at it!
Ease of Use
Applying decals isn’t always easy, and if you use a complex version, it may become even more difficult. If you expect kids or parents to use them for helmets, for example, you need to pick a simple design that’s easy to apply.
Otherwise, you may have a team that doesn’t look anything like you wanted them to on the field.
When you design your own custom decals, one important factor should be whether or not they’re going to last. After all, you’re not going to want to put a custom decal on your helmet again down the road, right? Even if you’re using a decal for something that seemingly won’t get a lot of abuse – like a water bottle or locker – you still need a decal that is able to withstand water use and excessive handling.
Look for custom decals that are designed to stand the test of time. Vinyl is an ideal option for many people, especially on helmets and items that will get beat up. It’s important to aim for better quality the first time to save yourself headaches in the future.
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