Merchandise Designs

Refer to Sketchbook 3 for iteration and developments.

 

Where was the merchandise printed?

Business Cards, Postcard and stickers

Moo

Why?

  • Bobbie has used the service before and knows they produce high quality products. Therefore we know the material we gain will be of a high standard.

 

T-Shirts

Teespring

Why?

  • The company will print high quality t-shirts. I simply have to upload designs and then the company will only print what is order, so I don’t have to buy a large bath of t-shirts just for me and Bobbie to use. Therefore using teespring is cost effective and we won’t have large amount of wasted t-shirts left over.
  • Also the company allows anyone to order a t-shirt/ hoodie, which allows the game’s audience to freely buy merchandise online if they would like. Which I think it useful as it is a form of advertising, as helps to spread the name and brand of Hurry Hurry Heal Me across the globe.

 

Designs

Refer to Sketchbook 3 for iteration and developments.

 

Business Cards, Postcards and Stickers

Bobbie and I jointly designed the business cards and postcard. I designed the stickers.

For the business cards we initially wanted a card in each colour of Hurry Hurry Heal Me’s colour palette. We felt this would be a fun and innovative aesthetic for the cards, as most are uniformly designed. Also I thought different colours would help the cards feel more personalised if people gain different colours. Which could help our game stand out, with people more likely to want to learn more or be part of the game development.

However when we looked more closely at Moo’s printing restrictions, we identified this was not possible. This was due to the fact that Moo only allows one side of the card to change and if we wanted the whole card different colours we would need both sides to change. Therefore the multiple coloured cards aren’t possible.

We had to settle on one design and we decided on the blue background. We chose this because we felt the blue background contrasted well with the white font and the yellow diamond accents. Therefore the information looked clearest and most readable on the blue background, so we felt that was the most functional.

 

T-Shirts

Refer to Sketchbook 3 for iteration and developments.

 

 

 

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