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3 Tips To Improve The Design Of Your Custom Display

Marketing and advertising are considered the lifeblood of most companies. Anytime your employees participate in a major event, you will want to incorporate custom displays into the event to help promote your business.

Custom displays, like banners or flags, can either elevate your company's status or cause consumers to cringe.

Here are three tips that you can use to help improve the design of your custom displays for more effective marketing in the future.

1. Maintain Consistency

Multiple types of display items can be used to help your presentation space stand out. The key to ensuring that your display doesn't start to look too busy is maintaining consistency in the design.

Be sure that your corporate colors act as the color palette for all display items. Use one type of font across all mediums to create a more cohesive feel.

You will be able to present a more polished and professional presence if you design your displays with consistency in mind.

2. Research Your Options

The easiest approach to custom displays is using the same elements that your company has always used. Unfortunately, this approach can leave your display looking dated and stale.

Take the time to research your options before committing to a design.

It helps to look at the custom displays being used by your competitors, as well as companies that are not within your industry. You may see a design element that sparks your interest and be able to build a more interesting and interactive display around that element.

You can also use research to see what competitors are doing so that you can avoid following suit and having your custom display blend in with the masses at any future event.

3.  Welcome Feedback

Before you have your custom display created, it can be beneficial to have your display company create a digital mock-up of the design. You can show this mock-up to your co-workers, family members, and friends.

Seeing the digital design gives your peers the opportunity to provide feedback that can help improve the overall design. You can easily make alterations to the digital mock-up until you have the design mastered.

Welcoming feedback prior to production can help you avoid costly mistakes when it comes to designing your custom display.

Allow your custom display to work harder by perfecting the design through peer feedback, inspiration research, and the use of a cohesive color palette and theme.

For more information on custom displays, contact a company near you.