chasendad Really don't have pictures on my website. You can check out-
PCD Wraps & Graphics on facebook My son does the graphics and install and I print them..
Looked at the race car pretty cool. And please don't take this the wrong way but before I'd do a wrap which I think is so very very important I'd ask?
Can you take a picture of my truck and then superimpose the design so I can see it on the truck before the order is placed?
How do I know what colors are attractive to hungry customers or might make likely customers hungry?
Has anyone done a study or studies looking at what colors the major chains are using since they have the big money to make sure their buildings both inside and out are attractive to possible customers?
Are there colors that I should avoid? May be a complete turn off to a large percentage of possible customers?
Is it possible thru the use of design and colors to appeal to a certain age/demographic group?
How long will a wrap look like it dose the day I pick up my truck? I'm thinking brightness in general
Do some colors fade or change faster than others?
I know what my food is worth, and I charge accordingly, (and I'm higher price wise than my competition) what is the difference between top of the line and the fast food level of wrap companies? I guess what I'm asking is: why is it important to not just take the lowest bid?
Just some things that I'd want to know before I spent my money
PS I have noticed (no study or research) that magazines, spend a lot of time designing their covers in fact I'd bet Chile (the magazine) spends more time designing the cover than anything else in the issue. LOL I'm serious. I have subscribed to the magazine off and on for years and the covers are killer good looking. Always bright, terrific color, great contrast, and to me they look exciting (food wise). I have laid out three years of their rag and instantly picked out one that I thought would make a great design for a food truck. Is that maybe a good way to go?
post edited by Dr of BBQ - 2012/12/27 23:37:14