Photo opportunity boards are a fantastic way to create a fun, engaging way to reach out to new customers and get other people to promote your services for you.
We created this original snow globe photo opportunity board in conjunction with one of our favourite designers Ceratopia
for Glasgow Airport's Park and Ride
services."We were looking for ways to engage with our customers more, both in person and on social media. We also wanted a way to encourage customers to recommend our Glasgow Airport car parks to their friends and family by offering a discount. A photo opportunity board enabled us to cover all bases in a fun and friendly way, so we contacted a couple of companies we found from a quick Google search.
"Stewart was the first person to get back to us. We had a good chat about what we needed and what he could supply. He educated us in the best kind of board for our needs and right away, we felt he understood our requirements and we were confident he could help us find the perfect solution. Together, we came up with the idea of a seasonal snow globe style of photo board for the winter months, and Stewart put us in touch with a fantastic designer who managed to create exactly the look we were hoping for.
"Stewart took care of everything and kept us in the loop at all times, working with us to deliver at a suitable and convenient time. We couldn't be happier with the end product - it's definitely become a real talking point! Staff and customers love it and it has brought us the engagement we were looking for. Plus, the quality is excellent. We are delighted with our board and we are already looking forward to ordering another one for the summer months!"
We loved this great project from Paultons Park. Working from their designs we created this themed finger post from Foamex with wood effect printed vinyl. The directional signs are printed double sided directly onto Foamex and fixed into slots cut into the post. One of the directional signs has also been heat bent and all the signs are cut to shape.
Group Marketing Manager
Group First Global Ltd
The use of Foamex with vinyl means we can create lightweight, robust designs to match any theme.
"Splash Display brought our artwork to life, transforming our design into a great looking themed finger post. We are really happy with how this sign turned out and will certainly be sending more jobs like this their way in future!"
Splash Display were part of a drive safe campaign to halt the winter spike in New Forest animal road deaths.
We have produced five near-life-size animal silhouettes that display the number of ponies, cattle, donkeys, pigs and sheep killed last year. The silhouettes will be placed in local towns and villages throughout winter. They provide an eye-catching reminder of the importance of driving carefully to local people, who are responsible for the majority of animal road deaths.
The animals were created from plywood and painted to be both striking and withstand the elements.
New Forest commoners are urging drivers to be extra careful this winter to reduce the annual spike in animal road deaths after the clocks go back.
In total, 56 animals were killed last year, one of the lowest years on record. However, the two months after the clocks change are the most dangerous of the year as the evenings become darker.
So New Forest commoners, the families who own the animals that graze the Forest, have teamed up with other organisations to take their drive safe campaign on the road this winter. Although the total number of deaths is 40% lower than a decade ago, thanks to a range of initiatives, there is still much work to be done.
The silhouettes are just one part of a wider campaign that includes new temporary warning signs deployed by Hampshire County Council on key roads and the police mobile speed camera van which is out in the Forest day and night. There will also be a social media campaign urging drivers to slow down and #add3minutes to their journey.
The free-roaming animals are vital in maintaining the protected New Forest landscape — it’s their grazing which helps maintain one of the best places in Britain for nature and for people to enjoy. The ponies, donkeys, cattle, pigs and sheep are owned and cared for by commoners and every animal killed is a great loss to the Forest, and to its owner. The animals have right of way on New Forest roads.
Owners and managers of prominent locations in the centre of New Forest towns and villages are being given the opportunity to host the silhouettes for 2 week periods.