10 Dec 2012
Remember over a year ago when I was designing new AgilityNerd logos? Well I’ve finally tweaked those logos and created some AgilityNerd branded products over at Zazzle.com. I purchased initial versions of the T-shirts to check out the printing resolution and quality and was very happy with the results.
Zazzle handles the printing and shipping and I get a small percentage on each sale. The nice thing about Zazzle is you can choose the type of shirt, color and size that you want based on any of my products; you don’t only have to choose the product/style shown in the picture.
I also spent this weekend playing around with designs for mugs. I like to think about course sequences while I’m drinking my coffee in the morning and I wanted to put some kind of “course” on the mugs. Then I realized if you had a fine point dry-erase marker you could design course sequences right on a mug. Better yet, then you can take it out to the field and it won’t blow away! So I came up with the double box and course designer mugs. Here is a little viewer of all the products:
Please email me or leave a comment if you have other AgilityNerd product ideas!
Positive Performance Wristbands
Years ago I created the AgilityNerd wristbands with positive slogans on them. I have worn mine ever since and I see the messages “We Are Ready” and “Run As One” on my wrist every time I step to the line with my dog and reach down to remove the leash. There are still a few available on the AgilityNerd store. I ship them out the next day I receive an order!
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