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Indoor Poster Printing
Merritt Graphics prints exceptional looking indoor Posters. For use in a frame or to mount directly to a wall, Merritt’s photorealistic printing will enhance the look of any poster. Choose from a wide variety of substrates.
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Indoor posters can help you sell your product and promote your brand. Photorealistic printing can enhance the look of a poster and help the indoor poster be an effective branding tool. Educate yourself about the effectiveness of posters and follow some tips to make sure your business posters pay off.
- Make sure your poster has a focus. In designing a poster, don't get caught up with trying to put too much information. The purpose of the poster needs to be clear. Every poster needs to have a clear message or idea. Use white space to avoid a look of clutter with your poster.
- Stick to your message with your poster.
- The poster needs to get attention. A good poster needs strong and creative graphic elements. Bold fonts can also help spread your message. Big color should be used to grab and hold attention.
- Size matters with indoor posters. The poster should not be too large or too small. Factor in your content and images when deciding the size of your poster.
- Prioritize your message. The vital information is what should stand out most on the poster, followed up with information and statistics of lower priority.
- Think about the colors. The color scheme is vital when designing a business poster. This is where you should talk to a graphics professional who can go over color schemes and color theory.
- Make sure your business name, phone number, email address and mailing address are at the bottom of the poster. This is an example of delivering essential information without delivering information overload.