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Wednesday, March 14 2018
The Do's and Don'ts of a Great Vehicle Wrap

Are you a vehicle owner who wants to learn more about what makes a great vehicle wrap? Maybe you’ve seen wrapped vehicles during your commute and wondered how you could get your own unique design for either your personal or business vehicle. At Apple Graphics, we help all of our customers in the Bucks County area with their vehicle wrap designs and we’ve got a few do’s and don’ts for choosing the best kind.

1.Do make an assessment and take pictures.

Before you even begin the design process, it’s important to size up the vehicle that is getting the wrap. Taking some photos of it from all angles will help you determine what specifics will be needed for the project. Be sure to check out the hood, rear, bumper, and sides. Scale the photos to size as it relates to your design software and then think about how you might need to plan for any customization issues. 

2.Don’t rely on just digital templates when making a decision.

A template is great because it can really help you get started with a wrap project, but it can only tell you so much about the vehicle that is going to be worked on. While it can give you a good dimensional outline, it won’t give you any information about unique problems that might be lurking. Making mistakes because you only relied on a design template can end up costing a lot of money

3.Do research your project and create an action plan.

All creative endeavors require a certain amount of information before they can be started. Don’t start any vehicle wrap until you’ve decided what the design will resemble and what your expectations are. For example, are you trying to create a unique monochromatic logo for your new brand? What kind of image do you intend to project?  

4.Don’t rush into any vehicle wrap project.

It can be tempting to jump right in with a design idea and start creating. The problem with this is that many times you will change your idea about how to complete the wrap and without a solid plan, this can lead to mistakes and start-overs. Try to take a few days to think about your ideal vision for the wrap and then go from there. 

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