When thinking a new shirt designs, making them appealing is probably the first thought on your mind. Of course you can let your imagination fly, but, what if they don't sale? What if people don't like them? All of those are valid questions to ask yourself. To help you out, and take the guesswork out of the process, we created this post full of ideas on how to use Placeit's Tshirt Design Templates to make your creating a bit easier.
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If your answer is yes, we have t shirt templates all the way from Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Templates, to Marching Band Templates, or Baby Shower Templates. Placeit's resource library is full of images that will help you design the best tshirt for your niche.
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Why Design for a Specific Niche?
Selecting a specific niche allows you to become an expert on what they want. For example, designing for parties is a very broad niche, but designing for bachelor and bachelorette parties narrows down the audience and makes marketing your designs way easier.
There are two main types of designs in the tshirt world. One of them is text based, the other one is text + graphics. If you're trying to decide between the two, think of this:
Here are two examples, which would work better with the design you have in mind?
Where Can I Get Some T-Shirt Inspiration?
Pinterest and Google Images are are always good places to get inspiration for new designs. We recomment checking out our Popular T-Shirt Designs of the Week chart which is updated weekly with the top sellers for each POD site, it will give you an idea of what's trending so you can make something similar or something completely different to get ahead of the competition.
Once you’re done designing, you can use mockups to have a preview of what your design will look like. This is super useful if you'll be selling your designs on a print on demand site. Using mockups will let you show potential clients what the design looks like in real life situations.
Mockups are also useful if you're taking designs to your local printshop because this way, you'll have an example of how you want the final product to look. Wrong placements and printing errors will be a thing of the past!
Finally, mockups are a great way to promote your designs on social media without having to go through the hassle of setting up a photoshoot, paying the photographer and paying the models. We've done all of that for you, just choose the mockup you'd like to use, upload your design and promote your brand with high quality images like the ones down below: