Today’s Signage 101 post will discuss the pros and cons of direct printing versus vinyl overlays for rigid signs. Common rigid signs include aluminum signs, plastic signs, and acrylic signs. We’ll compare each method to help you decide which is best for you. As a rule of thumb, vinyl overlay works best as temporary signage. Direct printing best suites permanent, high-resolution signage.
Banners are some of the most versatile and well-known signage used by both businesses and consumers. Their versatility is derived from the finishing options available, allowing for a range of display accessories to be used. These finishing options add functionality, durability, and ease of display to help you get the most out of your banner! We’ll take a look at the most common banner options available for vinyl banners, fabric banners, and mesh banners. If you’re already an expert on banner options, go ahead and click here to jump to the summary chart!
Why opt for Temporary Signs?
The main idea behind temporary signage is it’s both flexible and functional.
Rather than hassle with nails and screws that leave permanent, unsightly holes, temporary signs typically offer all-in-one or other simple display options, making installation and removal quick and clean. And as these materials tend to be lightweight and durable, their portability makes them easy to transport quickly and to install without the need for specialized hardware or additional manpower.
Billboards. Everyone has seen them. From highways to downtowns, to the middle-of-nowhere ghost town that you’ve inadvertently stopped for gas at, there are billboards. Some might call them eyesores but, to businesses and advertisers they’re beacons for brand awareness. At least, that’s what they’re designed for; but do they actually work? With 25% of overall revenue and over 800,000 daily impressions attributed to billboard advertising, Homie – an innovative real estate startup in Utah – is proving that outdoor advertising works.
The peel-and-stick motion of a window decal is satisfyingly simple. Choosing how to display a clear window decal or static cling, on the other hand, might not be as simple. The question is: should you go with inside glass or standard decals? It may seem self explanatory as to what an inside glass window decal offers but, there’s far more to its design and placement than meets the eye. In this post we’ll take a look at the different considerations when choosing between inside glass and standard decals as well as a handful of other important things to know so that you can get the right type of decal for your business or other use.
We know you’ve seen a giant check at some point in your life, whether at a charity event, public donation, or on a Publishers Clearing House giveaway. There are countless ways to utilize an oversized check, so we’ve put together a list of 10 common (and some uncommon) ways to maximize their functionality.
In this week’s installment of our Small Business Success series we chatted with April Wachtel of Swig + Swallow about her unique cocktail mixers and her experience of starting a small business through direct-to-customer distribution and customer and one-on-one customer relations.
April purchased a vinyl banner to display at events and on-site tastings to help promote the Swig + Swallow brand.
A blank wall is a canvas waiting to be decorated. Ditch the messy paint and wallpaper and switch to our easy-to-apply vinyl letters or custom wall decals. We want to make decorating your walls in your business, office, or home a pain-free process. Knowing the difference between our vinyl lettering and custom wall decals will help you create the perfect wall display that will surely impress your customers or friends. Though similar in application, these two products differ in a few important ways. We’ve outlined these in the separate sections below.