Designing brand new employee uniforms can be a complex process. After all ,there are many different factors to balance as you strive to create good-looking uniforms that everyone will like. You might not recognize the technique called screen-printing, but it can be an amazing way to upgrade your uniforms!
The method of screen-printing is also known as silk screening. Whatever it is called, the technique is the same - an image is pressed onto fabric through a mesh screen. These screens were originally made of silk, which is why they still carry that name. However, modern mesh screens are far more likely to be made of polyester instead. A negative image of your design is the secret ingredient. Without this, you can’t do much to make your uniforms look better. A layer of thick ink is pressed over the negative. The screen guides the ink to the spots where it is supposed to go, minimizing the amount of mess left behind. This way, you have a logo that is clean, eye-catching, and professional-looking. While this is a great way to keep costs down, there are some other things you must think about while creating your new uniform policy and the budget that is associated with it.
Here is one rule of thumb: keep it simple. Adding too much excess imagery will drown your logo and make it harder to see. Logos are one of the most important elements of a good graphic design, and you are marketing the credibility of your employees just as much as you are trying to sell your goods, products, and services. Don’t underestimate the value of a good-looking logo or name tag on a brand new uniform. Stick to a few colors, because getting too fancy will only take away from the effect you want to achieve. Pick colors that are already associated with your brand - confusing your customers is a surefire way to drive away business. Scientific studies on colors show that they have a strong psychological effect on your target audience - think about some of the most recognizable brands in the world - and follow through on that design principle as you proceed.
Talk to your uniform design partner for advice on how to make the screen printing element of your new uniforms the best they can be. Stay flexible and listen to their suggestions and recommendations. Their expertise will help you in the long run!
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