A couple of months ago, our team worked with the coach of La Habra High School on the production and installation of window graphics. The athletic coach had done the design portion of the project, which would beautify the windows facing the parking lot. The display was so well-received that the administration invited us back to do more window graphics for schools in Orange County, CA.
High School Band Program Finds Representation with Window Graphics
This time, the band program wanted us to treat the windows that look inside a storage room. Before we began, the administration had painted over the windows. The addition of window graphics gives the space a professional presentation. Moreover, we used full block-out vinyl, which maintains the lack of visibility inside the area.
Look closely, and you will notice that this project offered us a bit of a challenge. There were 18 panes to cover with the mullion spaces we had to cut out of the image. Doing so was necessary to make it look excellent. Now, the colors match perfectly, and the graphics give the illusion of being a fabric such as a flag, which adds texture to the display.
This was a great project, and we were excited to return to the school.
Window Graphics are Great for Businesses, Too!
Of course, you do not have to be a school administrator to recognize the advantages that window graphics bring to a façade.
- Block out the view. If, several build-outs later, the location has partial shelves in front of windows or vistas of rest or break rooms, you may not want people to look in. High-quality vinyl window wraps let you engage the customer in an advertising message while featuring an attractive image on the inside.
- Frame the merchandise. When your windows hold products for consumer view, why not use graphics or lettering to frame the items? Create seasonal designs that put the shopper in a buying mood. Besides that, if you are running special sales, these frames will boost interest in the products.
- Provide privacy. Some businesses like to offer their customers a little privacy. At the same time, they do not want to block the sunlight or view outside. We recommend perforated vinyl for this project. It lets everyone on the inside look out; however, passersby only see the brand-building messages you choose to display.
Superior Signs and Graphics Designs Window Graphics for Schools in Orange County, CA (And for businesses, too!)
Although the coach at La Habra High School enjoyed the design process, you do not have to rely on your faculty’s help with the project. Instead, talk to our in-house graphic artist who can help you put together colors and wording to present the message you want people to see. Whether you are focusing attention on values, programs, or general student encouragement, we can help.
By the way, many clients opt for additional campus signage to support these messages. Examples include pole banners, floor graphics, wall images, and door wraps. Call us today to discuss your options!