There are some things that I’m really great at, like being able to guess the plot to movies before they come out (Seven Pounds; totally called it), or naming all of the kings of ancient Mexico (thank you, Art History degree!). Then there are some things I’m not so good at… like math, dodgeball, and…tanning.
What I’m saying is we’re all adept at some things, and less-so at others. Designing a t-shirt can be a lot of fun for some, for others it may not be their cup of tea.
How do we help those people who need a little extra boost in their design, or who love being imaginative but are looking for something a cut above? Creative Services! Read more –>
As 2010 comes to a close I wanted to show off some designs our Sales/Service reps have made this past year. When people find out that we work at a t-shirt company we’re always hearing “you must have some great t-shirts yourself!” That we do! Here is a quick Top 5 that I pulled together. Read more –>
At CustomInk, we pride ourselves on producing perfect t-shirts every time. And we have a great guarantee to back that up. Our artists double-check your design, we send you a picture proof email, and we even give you a call if we have any questions. But we understand that sometimes you just need a little extra to help put your mind at ease.
So when you really need some assurance that the product you are getting is going to be all that you want it to be, we offer a Pre-Production Sample free on orders of 250 or more pieces (or $2,500). We understand that seeing is believing. That’s why we give you the chance to view and approve a physical shirt before we print your entire order.
How does it work? Let’s go through it step-by-step… Read more –>
Interacting with customers on our website is a little like online dating. We want to make a good first impression but there’s just not enough space on our profile, er, homepage, to list all of the things we do well. I guess we could…but that’s no way to get a second date.
So let me take a few moments to point out five things I think make us special that you may not notice the first time you visit. Read more –>
I’m jealous of kids nowadays growing up with pictures of their childhood and families taken by digital cameras with great definition. The pictures my parents took when I was an adorable kid (sigh, those were the days) were fuzzy at best, and you have to look past the blurriness to really enjoy the photo. However, on second thought, maybe acid-washed onesies are better left as a hazy memory… Read more –>