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Creativity is something which comes naturally and applied according to one’s own perspective. Abstract art is an example of how one makes it and how the other looks at it and perceive from it? It depends and varies from person to person; this is the era of digital printing and tech savvy methods. Again, it’s not how the printer prints it; it’s about how one designs it. Vinyl banner not really a new term for anyone among us, banners were and will always be an effective way of showing off things properly. Making a Vinyl banner is quite easy although companies may ask for the design which one wants to get printed, or sometimes companies provides their own artwork too. The overall layout of the vinyl banner must be so catchy and explanatory at the same time; only than you can achieve your goal!

The first and the foremost thing one should ask her/him, what is the purpose of the event banners? Are we making just for the sake of decoration (for one day only birthday party of conference purpose), which means it will enhance the ambiance and decoration and that’s it. Or it’s going to be there for quite a long time, CSR project, some community service is going on (for which back drop banners are hung for the exhibit). This all depends on how the weather of the town is? Or where one has situated that banner.

Generically the viewing area decides the size of the banner but for indoor usually 2×6 banner work perfectly if the room size is smaller or medium size. If there is a party going on in convention center than probably 4×8 or larger would go fine. Actually there are some clear benefits of vinyl banners first is the weight of the vinyl used for the banner is quite reasonable in weight maximum weight is 13 oz. or sometimes heavier. Usually 13oz. go just fine. Tip is to use a less expensive light banner if the purpose is indoor and temporary use. But for outdoor heavier banners will work only not the lighter ones. Overall this size range differs when we try to attract the maximum clicks online for instance: 720x 89 for leaderboard 300x 600 for half page, 300 x 250 for medium rectangle and 336x 280 for large rectangle, there are some other dos too in order to get the banner noticed online. Which includes (nothing different than what is applicable on physical banners), the placement of the banner even on websites this matters a lot, as in where actually the banner is placed otherwise it will be ignored and practically vanished from the client’s mind. Especially for service providing companies the value proposition factor is the most important factor to be considered, it works even better when the marketers propose something seriously attractive like 25% off or high quality fabric is reasonable price for limited time.