egzthunder1 · Nov 12, 2010 at 03:00 am

Ideas for XDA T-Shirts?

For many, many years this idea has been thrown around a lot, but never really took off. As it turns out, t-shirts are still a very important item for any addict… erm enthusiast to have. And with that in mind, XDA member torvick12 decided to ask that one very important question:

Hi guys have u guys made any XDA shirts yet? if so plz let me know im intersted on buying 1. thank u n appreciate it. plz let me know soon

Which was answered by our User Experience Admin svetius. Basically, this has been something in the works for quite a while and as it turns out, there is a prototype out there with our favorite medical condition… ORD. Needless to say, this is probably one of many concepts thrown around by the owners and the admins. Some concepts may see the light of day, while others will just get erased from that piece of paper where they were drafted. So, here is our question to you. Is there anything in particular that you would like to see on an XDA t-shirt? What kind of designs are more appealing to you? Maybe there is a particular logo that you like from people’s signatures or simply would like to see your post count printed in your t-shirt. Combinations and possibilities are endless, and as such, we would love to hear back from the community on what they would like to see. One last thing, if you have experience with Photoshop or are a graphics designer with a good idea for this, let us know and we will evaluate the concepts.

We’ve been toying with the idea. In fact, we have a prototype, but weren’t happy with the quality.

You can add your two cents in the discussion thread.

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