Ideas for buttons
, 2 min reading time
, 2 min reading time
For what purposes can you actually create buttons? There are no limits to the imagination - and again and again we see customers who use buttons in ways that we would never have thought of ourselves. Here are a few ideas of what you can do with buttons...
For what purposes can you actually create buttons? There are no limits to the imagination - and again and again we see customers using buttons in ways that we would never have thought of ourselves.
Here are a few ideas what you can do with buttons:
Carrying casual sayings on your chest and thereby getting into conversation - that's one of the classic approaches. In particular, the Ruck-Zuck-Buttons are ideal for this, you can also create small editions of sayings buttons very easily - and the sayings vary. This is how you underline your outfit and stand out (more or less). Of course, these sayings have to be short and sweet. The following applies to the sayings buttons: what is fun is allowed! And if a group is equipped with the same spell or spells that relate to each other, the fun factor increases by another 100 percent.
With t-shirts or sweat cardigans, it has been known for some time: no matter how small the city, at some point you will find someone who proudly wears the name of their place of birth or their favorite city on their clothing. Of course, something like this is also possible with buttons, even much easier - because you can put a pin button (link to the new pin button content page) on practically any T-shirt or sweater and thus, depending on need and weather conditions, show local patriotism set.
Similar to the Sayings buttons, but intended to make a clear statement, whether in support of a political movement or a product. In the first case, the Buttons are then gladly distributed by parties, in the second example the context of the presentation of a new product is suitable. The following applies here: the carriers are directly involved in the campaign, which can then spread virally, to use a modern technical term here. A classic that everyone knows and that was and is also being spread via buttons: Nuclear power? No thanks.
From the children's birthday party to the newly formed school class to the international conference: Wherever strangers meet, the use of buttons with first names, last names or other information about the carrier (country, company,...) is a good idea. Buttons with names invite you to get in touch with the wearer. If the buttons are then designed in an appealing color, nothing stands in the way of getting to know them quickly.