Designing your Name Badge

  1. Select the shape and size of badge you require: rectangle ( black 72x17mm); rectangle (silver or gold 54x25mm); square ( silver or gold 21mm); oval (silver or gold 25x36mm).
  2. Choose your background colour.
  3. What designs or logo, if any, you would like on your name badge, and where do you want it to appear?
  4. You can have three lines of text, altogether, on your name badge. Any line can be repeated on all badges for example, the school name. Other lines may be different on each badge such as the person's name and title. Decide what font and size you would like. ( bear in mind more text will mean a smaller font). Examples of fonts
  5. Decide how you would like your name badge to look. Where would you like the text and design or logo, if any, positioned?
  6. Make a list of the names and information that is to be put on each name badge. Eg: name and position. Mrs B Jones Headteacher.
  7. If you have any special requirements please specify them in the instructions or send you idea to us and we will get back to you with any comments.
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