Tag: POS signage
The final run up to Christmas see's a surge of Christmas and holiday themed files heading our way for printing and production. We have thrown together this snapshot of some of the projects we have been working on for Ballantynes, Christchurch International Airport and Macpac lately as we count down the days to the summer holidays.
We all love a project that goes like clockwork. Sometimes simplicity really is the key. We were asked to come up with a simple system that could be easily used by a number of stores throughout the country. Fortunately we have a large diversity of products and manufacturing capability, so coming up with the right system was well within our means. Creative thinking, happy customer - sweet as.
When Progressive Enterprises came to us with an idea that needed a solution - we were all over it. We got some of our creative minds together to come up with point of sale material for their Win A Bike promotion. Progressive wanted not just the bikes on show but a bit of personality to boot. Using the branding for the promotion we came up with life-size cutouts that would straddle the bikes in-store.
In this blog I showcase how McKenzie and Willis are making the most of their windows to communicate with customers what's happening in-store. When you partner with Adgraphix we open up a world of options that you can utilise just as McKenzie and Willis have with this promotional signage leading into Christmas.
Glassons have recently opened their new look fashion playgrounds in Palmerston North and at Riccarton, Christchurch. It's a whole new look for Glassons stores and they are awesome. Yeah, we are biased, but we are stoked with our input into this new concept. We have worked closely with Glassons for many years producing their visual merchandising. Here are some of the visuals we created for the project. There is a mix of all sorts of printing techniques and technology used in the production of them.