We’ve been speaking to some of our local printers and artists about alternative signage solutions now that the new A Boards policy is being rolled out across Hebden Bridge – they’ve shared some of their ideas below.
Print Bureau have suggested either a window vinyl or hanging sign.
A window vinyl would create visually appealing displays that capture the attention of passers-by. Use eye-catching graphics, products, or signage to showcase your offerings and attract potential customers. Works best in white on the inside of the window facing out.
If permitted by the council, consider installing a hanging sign outside your business. This can be a custom-made sign or a pre-designed one that reflects the brand and provides relevant information.
Lambert Printers have suggested point of sale solutions such as signs, flags banners, café style printed barriers and branded planters. They have also made a suggestion for some sort of agreed joint signage at “gateway” sites across town, which is something we are looking into.
If you’re looking for an aesthetic choice – Amy from The Egg Factory would be happy to have a chat with you about screen printed banners or flags.
We’d love to hear from you if you have ideas on this or have been trialling something different yourself!