Found everywhere from ATMs to remote controls, from medical and farm equipment to countless other pieces of electronics and equipment, graphic overlays serve as durable and effective instruction panels.
Marketing strategies in the automotive industry require and typically focus heavily on print products. For an auto dealer looking to promote their business - whether it's a large brand or small used car dealership - high-quality advertising material is necessary to capture people's attention. While there are obvious first reactions: large signs, flyers for handouts, and business cards, these aren't the most crucial materials for your advertising strategy.
Did you know that more than 27 million business cards are printed each day? Despite the rapid growth of technology and innovation, these little printed advertisements still hold their worth. A lot goes into the design process of a business card. Everything from the material used, typeface, information included, logo, card shape, and card size should all be considered carefully.
Before you can print a decal, you have to design it. Not only does the design have to be appealing, but it also has to be the right size and shape for the intended application. And it also has to be the right fit for the printing method you choose. In this post, we offer some tips for prepping your design for vinyl cut and printed decals.
After Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill drew criticism for posting a "no guns permitted" sign on its front door, a restaurateur decided to take a stand of his own—with a sticker. Bryan Crosswhite created 2amendment.org, an online database where gun-rights businesses can register their names and addresses and get stickers for their windows that signal they are friendly to legal gun owners who exercise their right to bear arms. Like with license plate decals, businesses will renew them each year.
If you’re in need of vinyl decals that’ll properly puff up your company’s profile, consider domed decals. Unlike their vinyl counterpart, domed decals feature a unique 3D design that can draw more attention to your brand.
Here at GoDecals, we receive questions every day from clients, other businesses, and even our friends about the different aspects of sticker production. The printing and manufacturing industry has been around a long time, and some people never stopped to think about how stickers, decals, signs, labels, and other promotional marketing materialsare actually made.
The days of adorning your vehicles at your own peril are over. In the first installment of our "How To" video series, Bart talks you through the process of applying a decal or sticker to your car window. Check it out. It's information you can use.