Getting your ad printed is one thing, but planning how it should be printed along with all the other details isn’t as easy as it may seem. That’s why we decided to create this article to give you some helpful tips on how to get the best out of your sticker.
- Your sticker reflects the image of your company
Like any good marketing expert will say, your sticker says so much about your company image so I pretty much suggest that your sticker should reflect the quality of your service or your business. Make sure that every detail in your sticker coordinates with your business.
- Choose the best format for your sticker
You should determine firsthand what type of format you’d like for your sticker, whether it’s horizontal or vertical. To make a decision you should consider few things such as how it should be placed or how it will be mounted.
- Sticker size really matters
There are different sizes of stickers, and you should know which one to choose for you ad before having it printed. Make sure to choose a sticker size that will suit it’s design. For promos and new businesses, oversized stickers works well and can instantly get anyone’s attention.
- Easy-to-read fonts get the job done
The style of the font and it size plays a great role to make one ad effective. Use clear and simple fonts that are easy to read such as Arial and Sans Serif fonts. Always remember to include space between each line so onlookers can read it easily.
- The right colors are important
Colors have the magic to attract anyone’s eye if used the right way, and this is a fact you should use to make your advertisement effective. Bright colors works well in attracting attention but remember not to use this too much on your sticker. Play with your design’s colors and always remember the rule of contrast.
- Less is always more
To make your message come as strong as possible, remember to keep everything else simple. Remember that when it comes to sticker printing, your main goal is to focus the attention of onlookers to your promotion not to its design. A cluttered sticker ad wouldn’t work well compare to a simple and clean ad.