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Design & Development

Q.
Do you accept product designs that are drawn on cocktail napkins?

Sure. We love cocktail napkin designs, but our factory personnel don’t. Cocktail napkins let our project management process really shine. Our project managers will start with your rough design and work with you refine it to the point where our factory people can turn it into a actual product. 

Q.
I want to use my unemployed cousin to do the graphic design for my game, because he took a design class in high school back in the day. Is this a good idea?

Really? I suppose you can throw your cousin a bone, but the graphic design is one of the most important things about your product. It can make or break the product’s commercial success.

Think about it this way- your graphic design sets the tone for what your product is all about. It is what the retail buyer is looking at and making a judgment about before they decide to devote shelf space to it. It communicates to the consumer what this game experience will be if he or she makes the decision to purchase it (and they haven’t made the decision to purchase until they’ve made a subconscious evaluation of your product based on the graphic design). It serves as your “silent salesperson” when it is sitting on a retail store shelf or posted on an online sales site and you aren’t around to make a personal sales pitch to the prospective buyer.

Am I making my point clear? Choose your graphic designer carefully, young Padawan. A bad decision regarding the graphic design can add weeks or months to your project timeline, as well as the commercial success of your product.

Q.
What digital files formats do you use? Should I also provide you with hard copy print outs of my artwork?

We can accept Adobe Illustrator .ai and Adobe .pdf files. Files must be submitted in CMYK format. All placed raster images should be 300 DPI and in CMYK color mode. If submitting in Adobe Illustrator, please outline all fonts and include all placed raster images in a separate folder.

Any CAD files should be submitted in .stl format.

When submitting digital artwork files, please provide us with a hard copy print out of your artwork for matching colors when in production.

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