How to make a roller banner
If you want to design your own rollers banners through your in-house design team, it’s quick and easy to get set up and begin creating your masterpiece. Whether you’re wanting to use Photoshop, InDesign, Adobe Illustrator or another design software you may have, we have a handy template which you can download and open in your chosen program.
The finished size of a pop up banner or roller banner is 800mm x 2000mm, so set your artwork up at 806mm x 2006mm to allow a 3mm bleed to both sides. To ensure the best result once printed, set your colour mode as CMYK and only use high-resolution images (at least 300dpi). Anything less will come out grainy or distorted which doesn’t look great when you’re trying to impress future customers. As we might not have them on our system, please also make sure you embed or flatten your fonts too, otherwise these might not be printed as expected.
Should I choose a standard or premium roller banner design?
Our premium roller banners and pop up banners have a luxury base cassette that gives them a sleek, professional look at any big event. They also come with a sturdy, padded carry case. Why not upgrade to premium for that extra impact!
What if I don’t have a roller banner design?
No design? No problem! We’ve got plenty of free design templates in our library, ready for you to get started.
Need to know more? Keep scrolling to find out more about the high-quality roll up banners available at instantprint.
How do I upload my roller banner design?
We’ve made ordering your new roll up banners a simple and straightforward process. When you add your standard or premium banners to your basket, you’ll be prompted to upload your artwork. Or, if you want to continue shopping, you can upload your artwork in your basket at a later time.
Here’s a quick checklist to help set up your wide pop up banner artwork.
- The finished size of a wide roller banner is 800mm x 2000mm, so set your artwork up at 806mm x 2006mm to add 3mm bleed to both sides
- Set your colour mode as CMYK
- Use high resolution images (at least 300dpi)
- Embed or flatten your fonts