Vinyl lettering is versatile, bringing valuable branding to a new business space, including windows, walls, and even vehicles. Trace Analytics CEO Gordon Fagras recently discovered just how far cut vinyl lettering could go for his business.
“When Gordon came in to ask about lettering on his doors, he saw all the options in our showroom, and this job turned into lettering on his car [as well as] etched vinyl on the windows,” Signs for Success designer Vanessa Bogensberger said. The cut vinyl lettering not only helps identify offices, it adds a sophisticated touch. As Vanessa said, “this is a classy office and the final effect was amazing.”
Vinyl lettering can be used on a variety of surfaces; the most popular applications are:
- Vehicle lettering
- Glass doors and window lettering
- Floor graphics
- Interior / exterior wall graphics, and even
- Brick wall graphics
Etched Vinyl Lettering
This translucent lettering has a look similar to frosted glass (see above). The logo and business name are displayed on the front door glass panel. This vinyl lettering matches the metal dimensional letters and logo inside the office. By placing their logo in several places, they are increasing the brand image, and they don’t stop at the office and lab – they even added their logo to their company vehicle.
The vehicle lettering was simple in design, with white vinyl cut to create the Trace Analytics logo and business name, applied to the hood and each side of the vehicle. The vehicle lettering carries over the simple, clean lines you’ll see inside the office. Adding complementary graphics to your vehicle or fleet boosts brand recognition and helps build your business image.
Signs for Success is a locally owned family business in Spokane, and we strive for excellent customer service, perfect color, and quick turnaround on every project. Our large production facility allows us to design, print and install everything in-house. Get quality service and a quick turnaround on vinyl lettering; contact us for a free quote today!