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Less is More
Friday, 1 April 2016
Less is More
No one reads exhibition stands.
No one goes to an exhibition to read, that is what libraries are for. They go to exhibitions to be wooed, looking for opportunities to discover something new and relevant to them.
Walking round an exhibition people are bombarded with colours, images, free things, videos, sounds, smells the list goes on. The senses are being thrilled from every angle.
So how would anyone’s attention be attracted by paragraphs of boring, dull, grey text extolling the virtues of your great new product?
Chances are it wouldn’t happen…
You could literally write the lyrics to “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” (if you can spell it) on your stand and it would not make a blind bit of difference, unless Dick van Dyke turned up and started singing.
The three things that are a must in your stand design are:
Anything else is mostly superfluous. Your design should be uncomplicated, have a high visual and most of all, be engaging to the passer by. At an exhibition people are rarely engaged by reams of text!
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