Embroidery Art Flow
1Sales Rep gets art files from customerQuestions to Ask to get the best artwork.
- Do you have brand standards guide?
- Do you have a vector file?
- Do you have a high resolution .jpg (over 300 dpi)
- Do you have a business card?
Bigger companies will have a brand standards guide.
2Sales Rep Sends Artwork to Artist
- Complete the Wufoo art form
3Artist Reviews Files
- If artwork is good, artist will create logo mockups on garments
- If artwork is poor, the artist will vectorize.
4Artist Creates Virtual Mockup
- Mockup includes logo and garment colors
- Use Proofstuff to send mockup
5Customer Approves Logo
- Once the customer approves the virtual sample we will do two things
- Send artwork to qdigitizing.com for embroidery
- Send file to the Kornit to print a sample shirt.
6Production Manager downloads .dst file from Qdigitizing
- Production Manager downloads the .dst file and places on the server
- The production department samples the embroidery logo.
7Print Sample T-shirt on the Kornits
- Artist sends file to the Kornit
- Operator prints a sample shirt.
- Operator brings the sample to Artist
- Artist reviews the sample and gives to the sales rep
8Embroidery and T-shirt sample presented to customer
- The sales rep will present the embroidery sample and the dtg t-shirt.
- "Do you want fries with that?"
- Sales rep upsells the customer into t-shirts.
- Deal: $12.00 per t-shirt (12 total t-shirts). It's only $144.00. Great deal for the customer.