Cliff Digital Enables Customers to Design Personalized T-Shirts & More

Gardena, California (February 14, 2013) – Cliff Digital, an established printing and graphics provider, is enabling customers to design their own personalized t-shirts and other apparel. The company offers a unique way of promotions by using templates of different designs and categories.

Cliff Digital has its own Design Studio application that allows customers to tailor fit the design and see what it looks like on the product at the same time. In as little as three easy steps, a customer can have their own personalized product sent to the printers.

First, customers can choose from a wide variety of products that they wish to print on. These can range from t-shirts, sweatshirts, athletic apparel, iPhone cases, baby clothes, dog wear, mugs, headwear, blankets, aprons, and many more. The products come in different colors for customers varying design needs.

Next, customers can select a design based on a number of categories, including American pride, beach stuff, maternity, general designs, among others. The design is modifiable for customers to choose where they want to put the design in the product, what they want to put as text, and how big the components of the design will be.

Finally, the order summary can be modified for a recap of the order. The quantity and color is inputted to determine the estimated price and the average price of each unit. The minimum order is one and the average unit price decreases as more shirts are ordered for more savings. The distribution of sizes is also submitted here in detail.

Individuals looking for custom shirts in Los Angeles can turn to Cliff Digital for a more personalized touch. For more information, visit

About Cliff Digital

The company has more than 40 years of experience in sign and banner printing. They provide vehicle wraps, large format printing, packaging, installations, and more for special events and advertising purposes. The business is located at 14700 South Main St. in Gardena, CA 90248. Embedded data.

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