High quality vehicle livery design can make a real difference to the exposure of your brand and your business.
Why use your vehicle to brand your business?
Let’s think about it logically. You’ve invested in buying or leasing a car, van or even a fleet of vehicles. These are on the road daily and are seen by thousands of road users and pedestrians, any of whom could be a potential customer. Vehicle graphics is a hugely effective means of getting your brand and contact details across, and better still, the space is costing you not a penny more.
So what do you do with the blank canvas at your disposal?
Your brand speaks volumes about your business, and compromising it with poor design is a serious mistake. Amateurish or ill conceived vehicle livery design or van wrap design can send the wrong message and can be a costly mistake. Lost customers are a real danger, so invest in professional design to minimise your losses.
Make it easy for potential customers to get in touch .
Your vehicles are a mobile billboard and will be seen in Durham, Washington, Consett, Gateshead, Sunderland, Newton Aycliffe, Teesside the wider North East Region or even further afield depending on where you operate. By ensuring that your key contact information is clearly displayed from almost every angle you’re maximising the chances of an enquiry.
I can take care of the project from start to finish.
After an initial briefing session, all I’ll need from you is your details and logo files…I take care of the rest. I’ll send you a PDF proof of the vehicle design for checking and comment, and once approved it’s off to the factory for professional fitting. All you have to do is sit back and wait for the call to pick it up. It couldn’t be simpler.
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- Keep it simple - you can easily have too much information and lose the message...and probably the customer
- Tailor the colour of your graphics to work with the vehicle bodywork colour - think contrast so they stand out clearly
- Think outside the box - vans are squarish but the designs don't have to be, so try circles, curves and angles
- Make sure the key contact details stand out clearly on all sides - you never know from which angle your potential customers will be looking
- Don't make things too large - big is brash, less is more. If you want to look professional and just a little up-market scale it down a touch
- Avoid running small text over deep panel breaks and opener edges - they'll wrap around and get lost in the gaps
- Use the right materials for the job - different applications need different vinyls to avoid poor results