signs and displays
Creative signage and displays can quickly and effectively spread your message.
Veredesigns can help!
Annual Member Signage
Twin Mountain Lakes
The Twin Mountain Lakes Community was having a difficult time collecting annual membership dues from many of the residents. Veredesigns presented this motivational concept to the association. The 9" plastic sign was designed to encourage community members to pay their annual dues. Residents can hang them on their mailbox or building to indicate they're current members.
We designed the Twin Mountain Lakes logo and created the sign. It has been an effective tool for the TML Association!
Trade Show Displays - Branded Plastic Cutouts
Prodew manufactures misting and humidification equipment for produce, meat, seafood, and produce display cases. They faced a challenge at trade shows.... They initially created displays with realistic produce so booth attendees didn't know if they were selling produce or the cases. They didn't notice the little mist bar tucked into the top of the case. How could Prodew draw attention to the equipment they manufacture?
Veredesigns redesigned the display. We printed realistic, flat plastic cutouts of produce, meat, seafood, and floral displays, each of which is branded with the company logo. This way, when booth attendees visited, it was apparent what the company was displaying. And when they took photos or videos, the company logo was present throughout so they'd remember they were impressed with Prodew. Visit our trade show gallery HERE for more photos.
Branded Community Projects
Keep Pickens Beautiful
Members of the Pickens County community shared their concerns of growing piles of cigarette butts on Main Street in downtown Jasper with the Board of Keep Pickens Beautiful. The Board members decided to offer free, branded cigarette butt receptacles to the businesses who were interested..
Veredesigns searched for the logos of the interested businesses, often finding only poor quality images online. We recreated those logos as vector illustrations and cut the vinyl for the containers provided by KPB. One side of the lid had the Keep Pickens Beautiful logo, and the businesses' logo went on the other side of the receptacle placed at their door. This project provided a visual example that KPB is working to help beautify the community.