We’ve put together a few tips to help make your product perfect. We want to make sure that your product looks exactly the way you want it to look, so our graphics team is available to help you every step of the way.
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Accepted File Types
With only a few clicks, images can be loaded into the product customizer by either choosing from our curated design categories or uploading images from your device. The following image formats are supported in the product customizer:
- .jpg or .jpeg
How to Send Artwork
If you’re having us design your product, you can send us your image(s) and we’ll customize your product. Vector formats are preferred, but we’ll do our best to work with raster images too (see Best Practices to learn more). We can accept most file types including:
- PDF (recommended)
Please embed any fonts used
- AI or EPS (recommended)
Adobe Illustrator or vector graphic. Please convert text to outlines and embed any linked images. Only accepted via email.
- CDR (Corel Draw)
Please convert text to curves. Only accepted via email.
- .doc, .docx, .ppt, or .pub (Microsoft Office filetypes)
Please embed or include fonts
- SVG (.svg)
Scalable Vector Graphic. Only accepted via email.
- .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .bmp
Only accepted via email.
Pieces of fabric are sewn onto the item
Direct-To-Garment. Ink is printed directly onto item using an inkjet printer
Imprint is stitched onto the item
Imprint is printed with a metallic foil finish
A heat press is used to transfer the imprint onto the item
Imprint is laser-printed onto an item
Ink is pressed through a screen of fine material onto the item
Turning your text into creates a scalable vector shape of your text. The outlines makes it appear as if you created the text using a Pen tool. This allows you to send the file without needing to send the fonts along with it. Please note that once you outline the text, you can’t edit it by typing!
To outline text in Adobe Illustrator, highlight your text and go to Type → Create Outlines.
Vector vs. Raster
There are two types of digital graphics files: vector and raster.
A vector image is created mathematically using points, lines, and curves. This makes it scalable to any size without any degradation in quality.
Example filetypes: eps, svg, pdf (in some cases), ai
A raster image is created using pixels. This makes it scalable only to 100%, and anything larger than 100% looks degraded and pixelated.
Example filetypes: jpg, png, gif, bmp
Contact Our Graphics Team
We’re here to help you! For artwork-related inquiries, contact us using one of the following methods: