There are a lot of elements that need to be considered when designing a banner. Other than the image and text, that are totally up to your taste and the message you want to convey, there are a few more considerations, especially regarding designing programs and tools:
Canadian textile artist and photographer Emilia Kun used Post-Up Stand’s dye sublimation technology to create vivid, graphic prints for Fallsview Casino Resort’s 21 Club restaurant.
Research conducted by the University of Loyola showed that color increases brand recognition by as much as 80 percent. This means that the colors that you choose for a banner promotion have a major influence on its success. Take these factors into consideration when deciding on your banner’s color scheme to make sure that your colors tell the story of your brand.
Banner displays with eye-catching graphics can be an excellent way to promote your business or organization. Here are a few tips for creating an aesthetically pleasing and bold display to catches your audiences’ eyes:
- Banner graphics need to be large and strong to make an impact. Hard-to-read fonts, small text, or weak images won’t grab anyone’s attention.