Creating Exhibits: The Best of Times or the Worst of Times?

 

templatesCreating Exhibits: The Best of Times or the Worst of Times?

Creating exhibits and displays can be, as Charles Dickens puts it “the best of times … the worst of times…”, a paradox. That is how you will inevitably feel at some point in your quest for the perfect display. With so many things to consider, and so many decisions to make, you want a partner in the process that makes your life easier and helps you stay in the “best of times” realm as much as possible. We can do that. Since displays are not just about structure, but are a lot about visual appeal, we want to do what we can to help the process be “seamless”, pardon the pun, for you.

When ordering our products and working with your graphic designers to move your project forward, be sure you let them know about our online templates & guidelines resource as it will make their day a little easier and your display completion timeline less complicated. Ron Sprouse, Mark Bric’s in-house graphic guru reminds you, “Using templates becomes especially important when designing art for mutli-panel displays. EXACT sizing is critically important with these systems to ensure proper alignment of the graphics when installed on the hardware.”

Mark Bric has template resources on line for our ISOframe, BannerUp , SnapUp,  and Ego Exhibits? Click here: http://markbricdisplay.net/imagebank/PT-isoframe.html to view and use.

Creating impactful displays and exhibits, doesn’t have to be frustrating. With Mark Bric as your partner you’ll find that our experienced customer service team and our knowledgeable graphics staff will ensure that the heart and soul of your message expressed through your graphics will mesh well with the architecture of your chosen display. Creating should be fun; so, we have provided tools to keep it that way. When all is said and done, if we have done our job correctly, your exhibit experience will get chalked up in the “best of times” column.

– By Stacy Poole, Marketing Professional at Mark Bric Display

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