Trade Show Signage

Trade Show Signs BoiseTrade shows are very important for small businesses to grow. They allow a business to promote themselves to hundreds of potential clients, forge new contracts, and market their products and services. For trade shows to be beneficial, businesses need a good booth exhibit and that starts with signage.

What makes a good trade show sign? Here are some guidelines to consider while working with Infinity Signs NW to create trade show signage:

  1. Size

A small sign isn’t going to attract as many people as a larger sign simply because it’s less noticeable. A large sign, such as a banner, that stretches across the length of the booth is a good size.

  1. Position

Some booths have multiple signs, which can affect how they are positioned. However, the sign that the company wants to be the primary focus should be positioned high above the booth or in front of the booth space. This will make it stand out among the crowds and other displays.

  1. Typography

Signs need to be easily readable from both far away and close up. This means using a clear, concise font. Avoid elaborate fonts with tails and swirls. Sans Serif fonts are the best for most types of signage.

  1. Colors

It is important to have contrast between the text and background so the sign can be read without straining the eyes.  Avoid two dark colors or two light colors together. This includes the business logo.

  1. Message

You will want the message on your sign or banner to be short and to the point. Frequently, a large sign with the company name, logo, and tagline is enough to interest potential clients.

Talk to the team at Infinity Signs NW about creating dynamic, interesting signage for upcoming trade shows.

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