5 things to be considered while designing Banner

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5 THINGS NEED TO BE CONSIDER WHILE DESIGNING

KEEP TEXT TO A MINIMUM:

KEEP TEXT TO A MINIMUM Perhaps the most important thing to remember when designing a banner stand is to not go overboard with the text - that's what a brochure is for.  While there is no right answer, best practice suggests keeping your main headline to 2 lines and 10 words maximum and only use additional text to the message.  Any additional text should be short and to the point - enough information to leave visitors (your customers) wanting to find out more.

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DON'T GO CRAZY WITH COLOR:

DON'T GO CRAZY WITH COLOR Color can be a funny one.  Many of us think that the brighter a banner stand the better it will be and the more likely it is to stand out.  While this may be true to a certain extent, any color you use should relate to your brand colors and indeed your customers.  Don't use bright luminous colors if there is no need for it, they will only be an eyesore.  Consider colors that evoke emotion and remember color is also vital when it comes to text. 

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HAVE YOUR KEY CONTACT DETAILS UP HIGH:

HAVE YOUR KEY CONTACT DETAILS UP HIGH I've often seen so many people make this simple mistake at trade shows.  They have a lovely looking banner stand with a powerful message and one big problem - all their contact details are at the bottom of the banner.   Why is this a problem you ask?  Well, the big issue here is that most of us place banner stands behind something or the floor can become a dumping ground for boxes and products meaning your contact details are unlikely to be noticed.  Position your most important contact information (email address, website, phone number and address) at the top of your banner so that it is clear and easy to see.

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CONSIDER YOUR AUDIENCE:

CONSIDER YOUR AUDIENCE Often many of us will rush into designing a banner stand without even considering your customer.  You will get started with the design, piece together the information that you want and then boom, send to the printer or promotion.   Before designing any banner ( or any printed promotional product for that matter), take time to think of its purpose.  What do you want it to achieve.  It's also important to consider how and where your customers are likely to see it. 

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If it is at a trade show, information is crucial because they might only get to see the banner while walking past your stand and won't get time to talk to you.  Be sure you have all the important information on your product or service ticked off.  If you are positioning your banner stand in your place of business then you can be a little bit more flexible in the information on it.

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DON'T FORGET ADDITIONAL PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL:

DON'T FORGET ADDITIONAL PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL My final piece of advice when designing a banner stand is to consider other promotional material - how will it be used with your banner.  If you are attending a trade show or simply designing a banner for use in store, having relevant print material like a brochure or flyer to support your message is vitally important.  A banner stand can grab the attention of a potential customer but the supporting leaflet or brochure that you give to them will allow them to get more information on your offering and turn them from a potential customer into a customer.  \ Don't just think banner stand, look at the bigger picture.

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