Creating your very own DIY Trade Show can be a great idea. If you’re reading this article, there’s a big chance you’re doing your very first trade show to test the market so you might be on a limited budget or are just exploring your options. You’ve already spent enough money on reserving your booth space, travel expenses, etc. It’s best to save some money and build your own booth out the gate. But before you do, make sure to think about your overall strategy and plan. What will work right with your brand and message?
If you’re searching for some printed backdrop options for your next trade show while on a tighter budget, this post is for you. In this article, we will cover 5 trade show backdrops that will fit comfortably in your trade show budget and booth space. We came up with 5 great solutions to choose from that will make your booth look great while not breaking the bank.
While backlit exhibits have become increasingly popular, the Infinity DNA Back Walls (non-backlit) and the Infinity DNA Pro Back Walls (backlit) have answered the call that our customers have been craving. A super portable and quick to set up exhibit wall. Also, the Infinity DNA works great for exhibits with multiple booth sizes because when these displays are placed side-by-side, there are virtually no visible seams or gaps between the displays thanks to the tucked in feet…
Backlit displays have taken over the trade show industry, and they’re here to stay. Backlit towers offer better visibility and brighter colors than their non-backlit counterparts. And in 2020, there are even more backlit tower options than ever before and in many cases, they’re even less expensive than non-backlit options! Let’s take a look at the top-performing backlit trade show towers that can fill your booth space with backlit goodness…
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Using bleeds in printing is widely used and for good reason: to prevent white slivers if your graphics extend all the way to the edge. By extending your artwork background color or design all the way to the outer edge will prevent the dreaded “White Slivers” on the edge of your graphics after it is printed and assembled. More on this later but let’s dive in to the what the “bleed” area is on your trade show graphic artwork templates.
You’ve probably heard of the two available color modes that you can choose in Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator: CMYK (also known as a 4-color mode) and RGB. Getting the correct color mode selected in the beginning is crucial since it will, in many cases, determine the end result of your artwork after it is printed.
For most companies, getting the correct color printed that matches your brand identity is important. For some companies it’s critical. Think about Coca Cola: If their trademark red color is just a hint off, it will be DOA (Dead on Arrival).
You may have asked yourself the question “What makes a trade show booth great?” or “why does that company’s booth work better than mine?” This is no easy question to answer as it can be approached from many different angles such as booth design, display graphics design, brand recognition, activity in booth, engagement in the booth, and many others.