Designing Vehicle Wraps

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Vehicle wraps can receive hundreds of impressions in just one mile of driving around town. Their low cost-per-impression makes them a popular choice for businesses trying to build their brand. Vehicle wrap designs are extremely diverse and personal to the company, but there are still some rules to follow when thinking of a design.

  1. Have a Great Brand

Vehicle wraps should include a strong, identifiable brand and logo to make them easy to recognize. Infinity Signs NW can also help design a great logo for a new business or re-design a logo for a business wanting to update their brand. A great logo will enhance any vehicle wrap.

  1. Limited Text

The text on a vehicle wrap needs to be simple and concise so people have time to read and remember the information. The more text it has, the harder it will be for a person to remember what they read. A good rule of thumb is to only include the brand, tagline, and web address or phone number.

  1. Stand Out

Designing can get overcomplicated with details that in the end just create visual noise that just muddles the message. A simple wrap that makes an impact with a great logo and good text and color contrast will stand out way more than one that has all the bells and whistles.

Creating custom, stand-out vehicle graphics is a specialty of Infinity Signs NW. We can create a vehicle wrap for many different types of vehicles including:

  • Cars
  • Trucks
  • Box Trucks
  • Vans
  • Trailer
  • Food Trucks
  • Motorcycles
  • Boats

Start making thousands of impressions each day while driving through Boise and the Treasure Valley with the help of the team at Infinity Signs NW. Visit our website to see some of the vehicle wraps we have created for other businesses.

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