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  • 1. Custom Window Signs, Car Signs & Banners
  • 2. Window Sign Design Tips
  • 3.
    • Windows signs help retail stores market themselves and
    advertise to passing customers.
    • Some retail stores create their designs with the help of
    professionals, but other store owners design on their own.
    • If you are creating your own retail sign, there are certain
    designs that you should avoid.
  • 4. Too Small to See
    • Occurs when retailers order a standard size and never consider
    its actual size.
    • Make sure your sign is large enough to notice from the parking lot.
    • 5. Measure your window and create a sign that is custom-sized to fit
    the dimensions.
  • 6. Too Small to Read
    • Before you order any sign, check to see how large the letters are.
    • 7. Text should be a at least 1” tall for
    customers to be able to see it.
    • A standard rule is 1 inch of text =
    10 feet of visibility.
  • 8. Home Printing
    • If you want your business to look professional and to have signs
    that are visible, don’t try and print your signs at home.
    • An 8 ½” x 11” paper is not going to give any message except for a
    cheap one.
    • Sign companies offer a variety of materials so it’s easy to find a
    sign that’s within your budget.
  • 9. Too Much Color
    • Bold, vivid colors grab customer’s attention and draw them into
    the store, but it’s easy to get carried away.
    • Using too many colors can dramatically hurt the effectiveness of
    your sign.
    • Limit your designs to a maximum of 2-3 contrasting colors.
  • Unclear Messages
    • Know exactly what message you want to send to your customers.
    • 10. Simple messages are most effective, but make sure you can
    address all the questions of who, what, when, where, and why.
    • Make sure your message is easy to read. Script fonts are difficult
    to read from a distance.
  • 11. Feel like an expert now? Great!
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