How to choose the perfect paperless poster size
Paperless posters are now standard on most of the UK’s buildings, with more and more brands using them to create an alternative to bulky postcards.
Here’s how to choose a poster size for your shop.1.
Choose a standard poster sizePaperless posters aren’t for everyone.
But if you’re going to make the leap to using them, they’re a very good way to create a simple and stylish piece of artwork.
It’s also good to make sure that you don’t have too many posters at the same time, as this will slow down your printing process.2.
Choose the design colourYou’ll need to find the perfect colour for your poster.
A dark grey colour is best for a white background, and you may want to pick a dark grey for the poster itself.
You could also go for a darker, more muted colour to make it more interesting, or go for an eye-catching print design.3.
Choose how long it should beThe length of the poster is up to you, but it shouldn’t be longer than five to six inches.
Choose one inch longer than that if you want to make a longer poster.4.
Choose whether you want the poster to be placed on a piece of paper or in a bagIt’s up to the customer whether they want the posters to be in a container or not.
You’ll need some creative planning to ensure that your poster is positioned correctly.5.
Choose which paper you wantThe size of your poster can vary depending on what you’re doing with it.
It could be in your desk, on a shelf or in your drawer.
Here’s what you should choose:1.
Make a printout with your choice of colour2.
Draw it out with your colour, colour guide and the paper you’re using to print it out3.
Cut out your poster4.
Use the poster in your shopThe most important thing you need to take into account is that you need a poster to work with.
You need to use it, print it and then take the poster home to put it on your walls, or put it in your pocket.
You can also use your poster as a frame for your design, but be careful as this can cause problems when using a poster that’s too long to fit on a frame.
To print your poster, make sure you have a printer that can print to a size of 16x24mm or smaller.
This is a standard size for posters, and it’ll print to 100% in a single roll.
If you need your poster to fit in a smaller format, use a print-on-demand service, like Papercutter, that allows you to create your poster at a time and size.
If you’re planning to have a poster in a specific format, be sure to check out our guide to creating your own posters.