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Designing a badge is easy. There are so many different styles and colors to choose from that you will be sure to find the right one for you and your department or business. The first step in designing a badge is deciding on a theme. If you have decided on a specific look, you can start by making a color list. Once you have chosen your favorite color go through the list making sure there is a match.
Design a badge with your theme in mind: Red with a blue background would be a good choice of color for a police badge. Red with a yellow background would be a good choice for a firefighter's badge. Blue with black stripes would be a great look for a sheriff's badge. Make sure your badge matches your organization, but try to not overpower your badge with too much color.
Design a badge with your organization in mind: If your organization has a symbol, make sure that it is on the front of your badge. If you have a mascot be sure it is somewhere on the back of the badge. Write down the name of your organization or write down the name of the member who wears your badge on the back of the badge. Decide what type of badge you want: Regular, decal, lapel, or reflective. If you will be adding pictures to your badge to make sure they are in the correct position. All police departments and smaller patrol guides have a standard size photo on their website.