4. • Don’t start designing before getting a vehicle template and photos of the
vehicle that’s being wrapped.
• Do take good “straight on” photos of the vehicle that’s being wrapped and
compare the photos to your template.
5. • Don’t assume the entire vehicle can be wrapped.
• Do talk with your install team to make sure what you’ve designed
6. • Now that you’re ready to design…
• Don’t assume your vehicle will always be viewed straight on.
• Do remember your vehicle is a 3 dimensional object that will be
viewed from all sides.
7. • DON’T place smaller text over grooves or creases on the vehicle.
• Do place smaller text in smooth, flat areas.
8. • Don’t use a font just because it looks “cool”.
• Do use fonts that can be clearly read from a distance.
9. • Don’t extend text (especially
small text) to the seams (on
doors, windows, etc.).
• Do leave some breathing
room for text, logos, etc.
10. • Don’t assume lines and gradients will match up all the way
around the vehicle because it matches on your layout.
• Do use caution when adding lines or gradients that are meant to
flow all the way around the vehicle wrap.