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  • No generally-accepted definition of “design” exists , and the term has different connotations in different fields (see design disciplines below).
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  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
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20 Steps to Art Licensing: How to Sell Your Designs to Card and Gift Companies
20 Steps to Art Licensing: How to Sell Your Designs to Card and Gift Companies
A booklet on how to license your art to companies that publish greeting cards, and manufacture coffee mugs, magnets, wall hangings, kitchen items, and dozens of other gift items. This booklet covers 20 basic steps from how to prepare your art, to what companies to contact. It includes topics on: How to find agents, classes and what trade shows to attend. There are extensive resources on social media, licensing community groups, copyrights, and lists of interviews with professional designers ( 6,700 Words).

Author Kate Harper has worked in the gift and greeting card industry for twenty years and has designed over 700 cards and gifts. She started her own handmade card business and serviced over 2,000 accounts including Barnes and Noble, Whole Foods Markets and Papyrus. She then transitioned into designing products for other companies and her cards are currently sold throughout the United States and Canada. She also writes a blog for Greeting Card Designers and Writers.

A booklet on how to license your art to companies that publish greeting cards, and manufacture coffee mugs, magnets, wall hangings, kitchen items, and dozens of other gift items. This booklet covers 20 basic steps from how to prepare your art, to what companies to contact. It includes topics on: How to find agents, classes and what trade shows to attend. There are extensive resources on social media, licensing community groups, copyrights, and lists of interviews with professional designers ( 6,700 Words).

Author Kate Harper has worked in the gift and greeting card industry for twenty years and has designed over 700 cards and gifts. She started her own handmade card business and serviced over 2,000 accounts including Barnes and Noble, Whole Foods Markets and Papyrus. She then transitioned into designing products for other companies and her cards are currently sold throughout the United States and Canada. She also writes a blog for Greeting Card Designers and Writers.

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Shirt Fight Boxing Glove
Shirt Fight Boxing Glove
I submitted this T-Shirt design to Shirt Fight for their Typography challenge. El Presidente, the head cheeze of Shirt Fight, alluded to the fact that he wouldn't "mind" seeing designs utilizing the company's name. For my submission I set out to form a boxing glove seen through out the website using the text shirt fight. Let me know what you think.
Adknowledge Corporate Challenge T-shirt Designs-FRONT
Adknowledge Corporate Challenge T-shirt Designs-FRONT
Design challenge was given by not only through the company, but also through the Kansas City Corporate Challenge. Design won 1st at Adknowledge and was printed to be entered into the Kansas City Corporate Challenge. Out of the approximate 150 company t-shirts entered overall, this design won 2nd.

design company t shirts
design company t shirts
Outside Innovation: How Your Customers Will Co-Design Your Company's Future
How dynamic businesses of every size can unleash innovation by inviting customers to co–design what they do and make.
Reading line: The 8 Roles Customers Play in Trend–Setting Companies
The refrain is familiar for Patricia Seybold in her journeys as a top technology and management strategist: "I want our company to be acknowledged as the most admired and most customer–valued in our industry and to be recognized as the company that has forever changed the way things are done." "How can we become the Google of banking?" "How can we be the eBay of software?" "I want to be the JetBlue of manufacturing."
"How can we become the undisputed trend–setter in our industry–with a competitive bar no one can topple?"
In Outside Innovation, bestselling author Seybold taps her close relationship with dozens of high–innovation companies to reveal the untold strategy behind the trendsetters and the next HUGE leap forward in customer strategy. Seybold shows that companies that are dominating their category and staying ahead of the pack are collaborating at every level of their business with their customers.

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