The Power Of Paired Banner Stands At San Antonio Trade Shows
Trade show exhibitors often use single banner stands or a series of three or more banners together to point out the benefits and features of products, announce specials and roll-outs, or to create a spectacle that broadcasts a marketing message. One less-common way to use banner stands is in pairs, which can be an attention-grabbing sight with some clever design tactics.
- Split Image – The simplest design technique for paired banner stands is to simply split a graphic or photograph in half and print half on each banner. Depending on the image, you can then place the banners directly next to each other in a straight line; leave a small but dramatic space between the halves of the image; or place the banner stands next to each other, at an angle, which can create a sense of dimensionality and attract notice. If you split an image that includes text, be very careful to keep in mind that Americans read from top to bottom and left to right, so you may need to adjust the design to pull the reader’s eye across both images, or they might read it wrong. If you’re working with text, read it wrong deliberately, to avoid printing something that might seem weird, obscene, or just nonsensical to a visitor who reads it wrong by accident.
- Split And Edited Image – One way to make text split across two banners more readable is to use a different color for each line, because the reader’s eye will tend to follow the text in one color across the banners before skipping down to the next line in a different color. Editing a photo or graphic that’s been split offers a lot of creative options, but it’s critical not to get carried away with complicated designs. The greatest impact comes from splitting an image that is symmetrical, then editing the colors. For example, image an 8, split in half vertically. On one banner, the background might be purple and the half of the 8 might be yellow; on the opposite banner, the background would be yellow and the half of the 8 purple.
- Single Image And Brand Message – Designing a single banner that includes both an image that conveys a message and your branding can be challenging, because banners are most effective when they’re uncluttered. By using paired banner stands, though, you have an entire banner for the photograph or graphic you want to display, uninterrupted; and the other entire banner provides a much bigger space for your logo and brand message than it would get on a single banner. This technique also works for banner trios.
Top-Quality Banner Stands And Expert Design
For expert design services, a wide selection of banner stands and styles, and premium materials and printing, San Antonio exhibitors turn to Xtreme Xhibits by Skyline. Whether you need a pair of perfect banners and stands or a hundred pairs, Xtreme Xhibits will produce and deliver the perfect banners for your unique image and objectives, on time, every time.