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T-Shirt Design
T-Shirt Design

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Earners of this badge possess basic skills in using graphic templates, graphic design tools, application of color, text and images. The T-Shirt Design badge for graphic design is earned by completing the design process by creating 3 or more graphic T-Shirt designs. Earning this badge means there is evidence of the ability to employ design techniques in a creative way in order to tell a visual story. The ability to earn this badge proves a development of a base set of skills used in graphic design.

Badge Type: Challenge

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Don't just buy a t-shirt with a cool design, learn how to design your own!

T-Shirt Design

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Don't just buy a t-shirt with a cool design, learn how to design your own!

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