How to Design a Challenge Coin?
It was not long ago that the designing process for a coin was a long and arduous one. Because of the manufacturing techniques, there were limitations to the details and intricacies of the design that often frustrated those who wanted a unique, distinctive coin. But today thanks to vast improvements in the design and manufacturing process, you can create a unique, intricate challenge coin for a low, affordable price.
The design process itself begins with you. Before you make the order, you will need to know how the coin will be used, how many coins you will need, and what you want the coin to reflect on those who receive it. In other words, to get what you want you will need to know what you want which is still the most challenging part of the process.
Number of Coins
The easiest place to start is with the number of coins that you desire. The minimum order for most challenge coins are 50 to 100. If the number of coins you need meets the minimum, then deciding how many is relatively easy. Consider that setup fees for orders of 300 or more are free, so the more you make, the cheaper the per coin cost will be.
Now that you know how many you want, the next step is deciding on how big the coin should be. The ideal size is one that is large enough to show all the details of the design that you want while being small enough to comfortably carry in your pocket. The size should also fit the purpose of the coin as its designation will be augmented by how big the coin should be.
Options & Features
As part of the overall design, you will have many options and features that will make your challenge coin distinctive. Be sure to choose the ones that best fit the overall purpose of the coin you want to make. A good tip is to think in terms of what will work and be willing to leave out options and features that do not fit the design.
Such options and features include the addition of color, the number of lines, type of material, and so forth. Be sure to carefully consider all options and features before making your final decision.
The More You Know
In other words, the better you know what you want the coin to be, the closer the result will be to what you want. If this coin is for company usage such as promotion or marketing, then you’ll want your sales team involved in the initial design process. Their input can help you shape what the coin should be to meet its expectations.
You can use this link to contact the experienced team who will help you turn your ideas into reality. Plus, they can offer suggestions that will help you make the best-informed decision about the coin that you want to create.
There will be a little back and forth between you and the design team so that everything meets your expectations.
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