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Want to get your business noticed in the community and highlight your products and services? Vehicle signage is the best way to do this. Getting vehicle signage can be quite daunting as you want it to be perfect, and once it’s on, its hard (not to mention expensive) to replace. Here are some tips on how to get the very best out of your vehicle signage design so it works for your business.

  • Make sure you have high-quality images and logos

Your vehicle signage design company can only do so much. Ensure that you supply them with high-resolution logos and images, so they don’t look grainy when blown up on a vehicle. Hire a professional photographer or designer if you can’t get the right images yourself. It should also be obvious what you’re selling. This can be done through text or imagery, but potential customers should not be left wondering what your company is all about.

  • Keep it simple

People aren’t going to able to grasp the message your business is sending through its vehicle signage if you include too much information. Stick to the key points you want to portray, using easy to read fonts. This works better as they can be read from a distance.

  • Be original

There are hundreds of branded cars on the roads these days, so you need to make sure your signage stands out. The best way to do this is by being original. Have a funnycatch phrase? Use it. Have imagery unique to your business? Use it. The best way to stand out from the crowd is to be different!

  • Ensure that you have included all vital information

What’s the point in having eye-catching vehicle signage, if you have forgotten to add your company’s info? Some things that need to appear on your vehicle signage include the name of the business, tagline, services or products summary and contact details. Any more information and it won’t be easy to read, any less and your message will fall flat.

Ausign can help design and create the perfect signage for your company car. Contact us today to discuss your Melbourne vehicle signage needs.