Hey there!

My name's damien and i just launched my company Alphametic about 6 months ago. Til now it's all been word of mouth, selling to friends, family, and people around the job site (construction is my day job). I just launched my website about 2 weeks ago which has an online shop and a blog.

I certainly have a ton to learn about this industry-- i just knew i wanted to go for it since i love art and would love to be an artist/business owner for a living.

Would any one mind taking a look at my site and giving me some feedback on both what you like and what should be taken out/improved? I know there's a lot of room for improvement! I am aware of my shirts needing to be professionally photographed as they are mockups as of now. (Tried using the iphone but yeah that aint gunna happen!).

I would LOVE your feedback as i am trying to get more involved in this industry and am willing to learn from the ground up. I just know i love designing and am willing to put in the time to learn on a daily basis.

my website address is http://www.amtcco.com. Thank you guys and i appreciate your time!

-Damien
  • miles to go

    one thing...no need to put "clothing company" on a t-shirt if the company is called alphametic.

    check out http://www.howtostartaclothingcompany.com

    and i have a bunch of tee related blogs on my site too http://www.milestogogreg.com

    good places to pick up some knowledge
  • alphametic

    Thank you miles to go. I appreciate the feedback.
  • Aham_Sandwich

    I think you need better mock-ups. Mock-ups with t-shirts that look real should always be used, instead of those fake tees. Either that or take a picture of the tees, it looks like you have them printed already, so just photograph them.
  • alphametic

    Aham_Sandwich said:I think you need better mock-ups. Mock-ups with t-shirts that look real should always be used, instead of those fake tees. Either that or take a picture of the tees, it looks like you have them printed already, so just photograph them.

    thank you for the feedback Aham!

    i am definitely convinced i need to be taking real photographs of my product. i will be changing the mock ups to real shirt mock ups until i can obtain a good quality camera for the actual stuff.

    ....

    keep em comin guys! your feedback is helping me out big time.

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