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Understanding the Resizing Process for Subliminator Products
Understanding the Resizing Process for Subliminator Products

How We Ensure Your Designs Look Great on All Sizes

Updated over a week ago

At Subliminator, we strive to ensure that your designs look fantastic, regardless of the size of the product they're printed on. This article explains how our resizing process works to adapt your design to different product sizes.

โ€‹Designing for the Largest Size

When you're designing for our products, the design template provided will always be for the largest size of that specific product. This is because it's easier to scale down a design accurately than it is to scale up.

โ€‹How Resizing Works

The resizing process for our products is done with care to ensure your designs look great on all sizes. Here's how it works:

  1. Resizing, Not Cropping: The artwork is resized for smaller sizes, not cropped. This means that the entire design is made smaller, rather than parts of it being cut off. However, because the shape of a smaller size isn't simply a smaller version of the bigger size, and the ratio of the dimensions may be different for each size, some parts might fall outside of the pattern on a smaller size, where they would appear on a bigger size.

  2. Center-Based Resizing: The resizing process starts from the center of each pattern. This ensures that the main focus of your design remains centered and prominent on all sizes.


In summary, our resizing process is carefully calibrated to ensure your designs look as good as possible on all product sizes. We resize, rather than crop, designs, and we always resize from the center of the pattern.

If you have any questions about the resizing process, or if you need assistance with designing for our products, please don't hesitate to reach out to our customer support team. We're here to help you create the best possible products for your customers.

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