Let us take you on a journey and show you how through simple interaction we build amazing booths. It all started with a phone call. TrustWorkz contacted one of our top sales reps, JoAnna, with a simple request. They needed a backdrop for their next show, even more, they needed a table runner as well. A bit about TrustWorkz: They develop personalized web strategies tailored to the unique needs of their clients. So, they not only wanted to look good on the trade show floor but they also wanted to reach new customers.
How We Got Started
TrustWorkz chose for their booth our CEB kit 10ft, (our best seller – a compact kit that when set up can display any message across the entire space of an exhibit). The kit contains a custom printed backdrop and hardware. Allowing anyone to conveniently attach the fabric backdrop to any existing pipe and drape system as well as store and transport it.
We received their logos and they also sent photos as well as inspirational images. A style guide was sent as well that supported their brand and conveyed an appropriate message. So we got to work. The images provided ware also high quality so it was very easy to work with them (thankfully the logos submitted ware vector versions).
The backdrop was approved immediately following on our mock-up (TrustWorkz was very specific in their vision of the backdrop). However, the table runner needed some extra work. The logo did not have enough contrast with the background or as a TrustWorkz representative put it: “The logo did not pop.” So, we rendered a new variety of options for different typography treatments as well as different image color saturation.
However, the table runner needed some extra work. The logo did not have enough contrast with the background or as a TrustWorkz representative put it: “The logo did not pop.” So, we rendered a new variety of options for different typography treatments as well as different image color saturation.
The Final Booth
In the end, we got a great customer and TrustWorkz got an amazing backdrop, don’t you think? If you are interested in what your own booth could look like, simply fill out this form here.