Design Tips for A-Frames

Before you plan out your sign, you’ll want to keep a few tips in mind:

  • Keep it simple: Don’t feel you need to list all the details of a promotion or event. People walking by will take only a quick peek at first, so draw them in with a short, pithy quote, irresistible deal, humor or a great graphic. Look for something that will make pedestrians and drivers slow down and look.
  • Stand out: Sandwich boards are common, so use a laugh-out-loud joke, stunning colors or something unusual to make your design stand out. Feeling stuck? SpeedPro has in-house graphic designers to help you out.
  • Consider a sign you can change: You can buy sandwich signs you can change up to reflect new offers. If you’re going to be taking your sign to trade shows or want it to reflect new sales, consider getting the outside structure along with panels you can swap out.
  • Don’t make a fair-weather sign: Will your sign be outside? If so, make sure it’s heavy enough not to top over easily and sturdy enough not to melt or run in the rain. If you’re not sure which A-frames or signs are best don’t worry, our studio professionals are here to help answer all of your questions and guide you in the right direction.

Don’t forget – most a-frames come with removable inserts, so you can replace the old graphics with the new without having to buy a new stand.

A-Frames You Can Trust

Affordable, simple and effective, sandwich boards are a great way to reach out to anyone walking by and convince them to give your business a chance. Don’t be afraid to be creative with your message. It doesn’t have to be a list of your services. Instead, it could be a catchy phrase or quote that gives your brand a little personality.

No matter the design you choose, SpeedPro Greenville will be with you every step of the way. With our in-house designers and production team, we’ll make sure to keep your branding goals at the forefront of the process. Call us today for a quote on your new a-frame.

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