How should you design them?
Use high-resolution imagery - these ballot boxes are representing you and your company, so high-resolution imagery will ensure that your brand looks its best.
When designing your ballot boxes, make sure that all of the important information is on them and is legible.
Lastly keep the design simple and eye-catching.
While we are on the topic of design, for the best results, use professional design software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Also ensure that your closed artwork file respects all the items on the checklist for print-ready artwork. If you are not comfortable with the respective design software, we recommend you make use of our professional design services. This is crucial, as a poor design can, in fact, harm the overall impact of your brand.
What Can I Expect?
We offer you some configurations to print your ballot boxes for your display advertising as you would like them to be: this includes a variety of finished formats, as well as an option to select a custom quantity of up to 50. Our process is extremely easy: choose your configuration and quantities online, add the product to your cart, check-out by paying online, and then simply upload your files. Your ballot boxes will then be delivered to your doorstep – free of charge.
E-Flute Flutes give strength and structure to boxes, serving as a protector, insulator and cushioning device. E-Flute is a 1.6mm thick corrugated fibreboard material that provides a sturdy, rigid surface for printing.
Do you supply the boxes in different sizes?
Yes, we do! Our ballot boxes come in four different finished formats. When placing your order online, check the ‘Finished Formats” section and choose the finished format that you would prefer.
Do you supply the boxes in custom sizes?
No, unfortunately not. Please take a look at the sizes we offer to see if anything meets your requirements.
The first ballot boxes were used in the British secret ballot using ballot papers. The ballot was held in Pontefract on 15 August 1872, under the terms of the recently enacted Ballot Act 1872. The original entry form box, sealed in wax with a liquorice stamp, is held at Pontefract Museum.(Source)