If you’re just getting into the art of vehicle wraps, you need to understand that there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about adding imagery to your vehicle. Some methods cost more than others, but if you’re don’t put a lot of effort into your vehicle wrap, you’re bound to get some lackluster results. We’ll talk about common mistakes people tend to make when adding vehicle wraps and decals to their company car.
Using Cheap Materials
Your new vehicle wrap or decal is going to be the new face of your company, especially when you send your employees on a service call or a delivery. That means your decal or wrap needs to look as professional as possible. If you use cheap materials or try printing your decal or wrap on flimsy or thin adhesive material, it will show your consumers that you’re not willing to put in the extra effort to make your business look legitimate. Your decals or wraps might fall off or become tattered or frayed over time.
Overstuffing Your Images
If you are going to put an image on your car, you need to make sure that it look professional. Sometimes it’s okay to go all out and stuff your vehicle stickers with all kinds of crazy graphics and images, but that might not be the image you want to reflect to your customers. If you’re going for a sleek, professional look, less is more in terms of designing an image. Too many distractions can also muddle the company’s message, leading to confusion among your customers.
Lack of Consistency
If you have multiple vehicles or a fleet of vehicles, you need to be consistent with your vehicle wraps and decals. If you show up at a customer’s house with a professional company van with an attractive decal, and then the next day you show up with an ordinary vehicle, it’s going to create confusion among your customers. You’ll look unprofessional and unprepared for the job at hand. That’s why it’s best to use the same decals and wraps on every car and put them in the same location.
Come to Mammoth Creative for more tips and tricks on making the most of your vehicle graphics in Denver.