Dimensional Letters & Logos: Choosing the Right Solution for Your Brand
Dimensional letters can be integrated into interior signage, exterior signage, digital signage enclosures, and donor recognition walls. They project your brand identity in professional and substantive manner that intuitively communicates stability.
Architectural Signage vs. Commercial Signage
It’s easy to identify a commercial sign when looking at popular fast-food restaurants, but it harder to define when the signage is part of a higher-end retail store or “one-of-a-kind” branded signage solution.
Wayfinding: The Key to Creating Comfortable Environments
Wayfinding is a comprehensive process designed to orient people as well as guide them to their desired destination. Effective wayfinding plans minimize the natural confusion visitors feel when arriving at a facility and guide them regardless of their language or physical ability.
Illumination Design Solutions for Architectural Signage
Incorporating lighting into architectural signage can be done to enhance the signage design, promote brand identity, and improve wayfinding information. No matter what the reason, choosing the right lighting solution is important to the long-term function of the signage solution.
What Makes a Good Sign?
No matter where it is located, the number one job of any sign is to communicate information as quickly and effectively as possible. This is often easier said than done.
Design Strategies: Getting the Right Solution at the Right Price
Architects and designers are all dedicated to providing the best service and the best solution for their clients. In order to create the right solution that complements the architectural environment, the decision makers must consider the role signage will play early in the overall design and construction process and not wait until the end.
Regulatory Signs and Messages for Architectural Environments
Regulatory signs and messages are designed to instruct visitors on what they should or should not do both inside and outside of facilities. Regulatory signs can be found in almost any place, but when considering architectural or built environments, they are commonly associated with stairwells, safety and critical access points, and facility management and maintenance areas.
Universal Design and How it Impacts Architectural Signage
Universal design principles cover virtually every aspect of built environments and commercial products. Architectural signage -- when designed and fabricated correctly -- is no exception to the principles that govern universal design.
General Care and Maintenance for Interior and Exterior Signage
Signage systems can range in cost, by comparison, to a good used car to a brand new sports/luxury car. As every car owner knows, routine maintenance and care of the car helps ensure the best performance and longest life for the car. The same can be said for interior and exterior signage. The following is a list of tips and recommendations for your interior and exterior signage.