Banners come in all shapes and sizes but which sizes are best for your display? Choosing banners correctly can make the difference between an average display and an amazing display, a display that will highlight your brand in the best light possible. Using varying sized banners will create dimension and depth that will draw people into your business and put your brand miles in front of the competition.
In this post, we take a look at the different sizing options and how they can be used to maximise the visual appeal of your business
The Media Wall
The media wall is usually the largest banner in the display kit. It’s the backbone and the feature banner that will stand tall at the rear of your setup for large indoor displays and exhibitions. Media walls are great used in conjunction with other banners such as pull-up banners and portable banners. They are ideal for press conferences, presentations, and will display your brand loud and proud while attracting the punters to your advertising. They come with a nylon carry bag with wheels to make setup and pack down that much easier.
1800 x 2200mm
2400 x 2200mm
2900 x 2200mm
Retractable or Pull-Up Banners
Retractable banners are a must have in your display kit. They can be used for many different applications to effectively display your brand at any exhibition, inside or outside. They have a solid base and can stand alone which makes them ideal for placing around your display and not having to worry about tie off points. The spring loaded roller system allows for easy setup and pack down.
They come in a wide range of sizes and it is good practice to have multiple retractable banners of varying sizes in your exhibition kit. This will allow you to create a visually lively display with depth and dimension all the while drawing the people into your advertising.
The smaller banners are ideal for using at a frontage point to direct traffic in and display information.
400 x 930mm
580 x 1550mm
850 x 2200mm
1000 x 2200mm
1200 x 2200mm
1500 x 2200mm
1000 x 2950mm
By using a layering technique with various sized banners you will create a more inviting space for the crowd to enter.
When positioning your banners, think about it holistically. Think about how everything will gel together. It doesn’t hurt to draw out a plan on paper before setting up, this too will make your life a lot easier. It’s also a good idea to measure out much space you have to play with beforehand so you can make educated decisions as to where to place your banners.
If you have queries you can always ask us and we will be happy to help. At Display Systems Australia, we have been in the game for a number of years. Our team are professionals and will sort you out with exactly what you need to display your business to put you ahead of the competition.
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