Custom banners offer the best options: you can customize them to display exactly what you want, but they are still inexpensive. Versatile, lightweight, and easy to install, banners are great. But how should you customize them?
1. What Is The Purpose Of Your Banner? The Function Of Your Banner Should Inform How You Customize It.
Banners are versatile because they can be used for different purposes. Because they’re inexpensive, they’re great for one-time events. If you’re hosting an outdoor event in the Houston area, banners are perfect. Banners are also great for recurring use. Do you have an annual spring sale at your Cypress retail store? Put your banner out during your sale time and store it for the rest of the year. Banners can even be used to add decoration. And the purpose of your banner should dictate how you customize it. If you’re imparting directional information at an outdoor event, clear text is your main goal. If you want to brand a space as belonging to your business, you can convey that just as well with colors, patterns, and graphics.
2. Combining With Function Is Location. It’s Best To Know Where You Intend To Install Your Banner Before You Customize It.
Where do you want to install your banner? From the ceiling of your Katy retail store? Over the back patio of your Sugar Land cafe? Where you hang it should decide how you orient your banner: horizontally or vertically? Choose what works best for your space. Furthermore, how much are you asking your customers to read? If you want to customize your banner with a complete sentence, then a horizontal banner might be best.
3. Sometimes You Don’t Always Have Somewhere To Hang Your Custom Banner? What Can You Do Then?
Let’s take the example of an outdoor event in Houston. Outdoors, your infrastructure options are usually limited. That’s when banner stands come into play. You can customize a banner that comes with its own stand. Then you just place the banner down on the ground or floor wherever you want to. These banners are usually vertically oriented. They can be tapered to make them wind-resistant and some can even be designed such that they retract into their own stand for portability and storage.
4. Customization Can Be An Intricate Process. You Need Somebody You Can Work With Who Understands What You Want.
Whether you’re located right in Houston or somewhere nearby like Spring or Sugar Land, you want to find a local sign studio who can customize your banner exactly to your specifications. Houston Graphic Signs can do that. Contact us today to get started.