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Adobe Kuler Helps You Design T-Shirts (0)

Published on March 10th, 2009. By

, under T-Shirt Design .

I don’t think many people would argue that design is a very important ingredient for a successful t-shirt line.  It’s a main component in generating sales and knowledge in the area is a must.  With changing trends in consumer taste, you have to continually research the subject from all angles to keep up to speed.  Now I understand that not all of you are the actual designers, but your eye for the design is just as important.  I just came across an in-depth article on how you can determine what color schemes look best for your project.

As I was burning through my feed reader this morning, a tutorial from PSDTuts about the usefulness of the Adobe Kuler

tool caught my eye.  Their focus on this article was more for the full-time designer, who labors in Photoshop and Illustrator, but it can also be used for the t-shirt world as well.  The colors in your design can sometimes be the difference-maker or deal-breaker, depending on how well they match up with the theme.

Adobe Kuler

is a great way to find new color schemes or test the ones that you had in mind.  The beauty of the tool is that you don’t have to be a tech genius to use it.  Click on the image below to view the article and see how much easier it can make your next color scheme decision.

This guest post was brought to you by Blake Poutra, a guy from You Design It where you can design t-shirts

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