@Ankerofficial recommend some good websites in the OP.
I used spreadshirt to design mine in 2017 and will most likely use that again.
@ajsanders2004 it all depends on what program you’re gonna be using buddy.
I don’t know too much about it either but I learn as I go along and get the job done that way.
On YouTube type in “how to design a t shirt” and it comes up with a ton of videos that shows different ways of getting the job done with step by step instructions.
@Jesse_Hernandez1 Spreadshirt is what I used in 2017 as well and got the job done nicely for me and helped me become one of the 20 winners.
I’d definitely start there @ajsanders2004 as it’s pretty simple to use and you don’t need a ton of crazy skills to make something good. 🏻
Lol you were right. I Iove those designs
The logo with the Anker products in it, it's just genius!!
Yes, you can!
That is a very smart / wise advise!
Dang, you go boy haha. Setting the Bar high, I love it
lol. I didn't set the bar high, but thank you for the compliment! I'm looking forward to seeing all the design submissions over the next 2 weeks. I'm an Art Director in my company's creative department, so I do stuff like this for a living. It was a nice break from the daily grind.
The only thing we don't know:Who will decide the winner?
I would like to see the community doing this!
And I forgot to say as you are a "real designer",we should divide :
experts and amateurs
They said who is choosing the winner already.
We are the community!
Some of the designs are looking great! Can wait to see who wins.
I guess not! Anker deserves the decision. expect to see some voting activity among the community members in the near future.
If @AnkerOfficial is saying "we", that means it is referring to Anker because @AnkerOfficial represents the company. The community would choose if they said "the community".
@presh welcome to the madhouse... errrm I mean the community Steph!
Shhhht, don't tell him our "company secret"
Damn that’s so cool I love that so much
These are two of my ideas for the t shirt because I think of Anker as the brains of technology powering the future of charging