Printers in Pinetown explain how you should print posters

October 18, 2017 · Print This Article

Gone are the days when you had to outsource design work to graphic designers. Poster design is something you can do yourself thanks to all the user-friendly software available on the market. If you’re considering designing your own posters, it’s important to be aware of some of the basics.

Here are a few tips that will help you with your design process:

  • Colours: Always consider the colours you use very carefully. Each colour should serve a purpose. Too many bright colours can make the poster difficult to read and people might lose interest and move on before they even know what it is that the poster is advertising.
  • Printing: Always do thorough research before you decide which printing company you are going to partner with. Choose a company that has a good reputation for producing high quality prints. Remember that a good design is wasted if the printing looks cheap.
  • Using the space: When designing the layout of the poster you should always try to use all the space available to you. Don’t cram graphics and text into the layout – remember that the poster needs to be easy to read from afar.
  • Pictures: A poster is a visual representation of an idea. Pictures can be more powerful than words, so choose your images wisely.
  • Word count: Minimise the amount of copy you include in your poster design. Always try to keep your text content concise and to-the-point so that people who only have time to glance at the poster will be able to get the general idea of what you have to offer.
  • Text size considerations: The text that is used for your heading should be readable six metres away from the poster and the text that forms the body of the poster should be readable from at least two metres away from the poster.

Partner with Minuteman Press for poster printing in Pinetown.

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