4 Types of Overcrowding to Avoid in a Trade Show Exhibit

October 10th, 2017

When it comes to a trade show exhibit, some buzz around the booth is a positive thing. People will naturally be attracted to a display that looks busy, because those crowds act like a form of social proof lending credence to your ...

Hurricane Harvey

September 15th, 2017

As the Houston area begins to rebuild after Hurricane Harvey, we here at Imagecraft look forward to providing our services and skills to help business owners get back to work in spaces that are appealing and functional. ...

4 Branding Tips for Trade Show Displays

September 7th, 2017

According to exhibitors, building brand awareness is one of the top three reasons for bringing a trade show display to an event. Thanks to the fact that 67 percent of attendees represent new prospects not reached by other marketin...

4 Ideas for Using Digital Signage in Your Custom Trade Show Exhibit Design

August 23rd, 2017

The use of screens at trade shows is almost ubiquitous. From wall-mounted televisions to interactive kiosks, these screens entice visitors to learn more by offering them information in an electronic format that is entirely natural...

Caring for Commercial Millwork

July 27th, 2017

The beautiful details of millwork can add loveliness and uniqueness to your space. And, they can improve the impression visitors have when they enter your lobby, office, or exhibit. To help you find the right commercial millwork c...

How to Make People Feel at Home in Your Real Estate Marketing Center

July 6th, 2017

When you invite people into your real estate marketing center, you probably have a number of goals. While the goals might be varied, the key to achieving them remains primarily the same: To make your visitors feel comfortable in y...