Introducing TEDxNashvillexAMP: signage ideas worth spreading. (Also known as TEDxNashville signage provided by AMP).
We had the honor of providing some really cool printed materials for TEDxNashville this April, which included badges, posters, booklets, Gator board stand-ups, window decals and — drum roll please — chalkboard panels. If anyone puts on a great event, it’s TEDx, and we are so excited to show you our collaboration with the innovative speaker series.
A staple of any event are badges. Whether you’re a volunteer, speaker, sponsor or attendee, you want to have some sort of identification that directs you to the right location and informs you of others’ names and roles. Laminated badges with lanyards are the best, as they are easily visible and hard to lose. Some events will even add specific information on the back to further help attendees.
Booklets and Posters
Booklets and posters are essential for directions and information. They are especially necessary if your event lasts several days, has multiple sessions or your location is large and/or difficult to navigate.
Gator Board Stand-Ups
Gator board stand-ups are posters on steroids. They have more space to direct and inform guests, and if you are smart, you will use your logo to advertise and reinforce brand identity.
One of our favorites. Window decals make you look like a boss man (or lady). It just makes your event appear cooler. Guests know this isn’t some last-minute event thrown together the night before; it’s a professional experience well worth the money and time.
This was a first for us: chalkboard inspiration panels. The installation was actually plywood, but we attached a chalkboard vinyl to the surface to recreate the effects of chalkboard. The panel had three sides, each posing a different question:
1. “When I dream about Nashville, I see..”
2. “If money and time were not an issue, I would create..”
3. “Someone who inspires me..”
Chalk was available at the bottom of each panel, allowing guests to write at his or her convenience. It was a great way to interact with attendees, and it reinforced the motto of “ideas worth spreading,” a phrase TEDx reiterates. The panels also made for some pretty neat photos!
*photo taken by Hero/Heroine Photography
**photo taken by Neat Nashville
Need some printed materials for your own event? Or just want a chalkboard panel for your office? Give us a shout or call us at 615-467-4545.