What do you mean? Like a design on the front and a company logo on the back, or...?honeyflip said:I've been wondering lately if offering shirts with design on both sides affects sales in any way. Does anyone have some thoughts and/or experience with that?
Thanks for clarifying that.honeyflip said:I was thinking of design on both front and back - not a company logo.
Actually, with plastisol transfers, the cost would be the same if you yield the big and smaller design using the same colors on a sheet. You would still need to press the shirt 2 times, but the transfer cost would be the same. Even if you just add your logo related to the design it adds a little more to the value of the shirt in general.honeyflip said:If an idea comes along that just begs for two sides, whether it's a joke or just the call of symetry (sp?), then I'll have to try it. The extra cost isn't all that onerous if the colors are limited. Pass it on to the customer...
No it wouldn't. There's the increased labour costs (which you mentioned), and the fact that if you weren't using the space for the back design you could be using it for something else.T-BOT said:Actually, with plastisol transfers, the cost would be the same if you yield the big and smaller design using the same colors on a sheet.