Poster printing in Hyde Park

November 11, 2012 · Print This Article

Poster design is affordable, convenient and effective – when done correctly. If, however, your graphic designer fails to create a stand-out poster, it can be an extremely ineffective, expensive exercise.

Evaluating your poster design is an importing part of the process. Not only do you want to make sure that you don’t have any typo’s or grammar mistakes, but you need to make sure that your poster is designed in such a way that your goals will be reached. These are some of the common goals of a poster:

  • Educating clients;
  • Brand building;
  • Communicating news;
  • Getting new business;
  • Selling new products;

Full-colour poster printing can go a long way in enticing a prospect to do business with you, so make sure you have evaluated your poster design and considered various options before you go to print!

Your poster should…..

  • Not have any mistakes: Get a copywriter or proof-reader to check your poster before you order your prints. (Remember that your eye will naturally fix any typo, so you might not be able to see your mistakes – get somebody to check your poster with fresh eyes)
  • Grab attention: There’s nothing wrong with a plain black and white poster, but you need to make sure that your prospective client or customer is compelled to read the copy on your poster (regardless of the colours or graphics used). Use fonts that are easy to read, make sure the poster isn’t cluttered and try to list things in bullet-point format (or with headings and sub headings) so that a reader can quickly scan over the content if necessary.

Minuteman Press in Hyde Park has a team of skilled employees that are ready to help you with your next poster printing project. If you need reliable, high quality solutions – we are the people you should contact for all your printing needs in Hyde Park!

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