Tips For Your Sign Written Van BEFORE You Get Your Vehicle Wrapped with Graphics and Decals
Tips For Your Sign Written Van. Watch BEFORE You Get Your Vehicle Wrapped with Graphics and Decals
Your van can be a really good way to promote your business. That’s why we have gathered lots of tips to get your van and your business noticed.
Getting your van sign written or wrapped costs a couple of hundred pounds/dollars and it is a really effective way of promoting your business; you’re guaranteed to get a great return on investment by branding your vehicle.
Here are the Do’s and Don’ts about van wrapping.
1. Big call to action
A call to action is instructing the customer exactly what it is you want them to do e.g. ‘Call Us Now!’. Ensure the lettering is big and obvious on your van, us what your phone number is and the name of your company.
2. Big striking picture
Use pictures or a memorable slogan. If you choose to buy stock photos to use on your van,choose the one with biggest pixels possible, this keeps the quality of the image when it’s blown up bigger on your vehicle.
Need inspiration for pictures, click here.
3. Include exactly what it is you offer
It sounds super simple, but you have to put exactly what your business is and what services you offer on your sign written van. If you’re paying money to advertise, make sure people know what it is that you’re advertising.
4. Have a clean van
Your van is the moving billboard about your company and your business card, it has to look super professional.
5. Use readable fonts and easy to see colors
Use bright, eye-catching colours on your sign written van. Avoid using colours that are difficult to see in foggy conditions such as yellow. , but do not use the yellow-color, we can see that color, it is not visible in foggy conditions.
6. Check what the van will look like when the doors are open
Do you know what the message on your truck will look like when the doors are open? There have been some embarrassing examples of when a door is slid open, the message could be either skewed or could say something a little bit wrong…
Here’s a Starbucks example which is a huge fail.
7. Add the important information to the top
Make sure that if someone is behind you in traffic, they can see the important information and it is not cut off by the car in front.
8. Waterproof box that contains your business card
Attach a business card box to your van, that way, if someone is passing your van and wants to keep your contact details or does not have time to drop that down, they can take one of your business card and remember your details.