When you want to make a scene, a poster is a great way to shout out your message to the masses. From simple
- Choose your fonts
Sometimes a bit of text is all you need. By choosing one amazing font or a combination of two (or three if you’re feeling artistic) you can create some striking posters in a hurry. A poster is
- Work it 3 ways
Generally speaking, posters are viewed from afar, but by applying the rule of fives you can create an impact from all distances. Your design should work from 50 yards, 5 metres and 5 inches away. The main gist of your poster should be viewable from far away, but when you look closer, you should clearly see more details and an overall deeper meaning.
- Don’t be afraid of white space
Sometimes less really is more. After all, posters are viewed in a split second so there needs to be an element of simplicity
- Choose one big image
If you are featuring a new product or special offer make the image the focus point. Our eyes are always drawn to the image first so make sure there is the right balance between text and imagery.
- Use a template
If you’re no design guru try a free poster maker where you can create your very own design based
Bonus tip… Have fun!
The most unique and memorable posters are those which have a bit of fun or have a witty tagline. Come up with a sound idea to pin your design on and run with it. The objective is to make your poster memorable and if you can get a laugh out of someone, the more likely they are to remember you.