The secret of an effective room identification signage scheme invariably lies in its simplicity.
Information should be presented concisely, ideally employing a unique code that remains consistent throughout the building and, to accommodate branding requirements, across the organisation, regardless of its location.
Signbox recommends that abbreviations are avoided as they can confuse the visually impaired whilst numbers are recognised more easily than names and can be larger since they occupy less space than text.
Room identification signs can also carry additional functional components such as sliding indicators that signify when a room is free or occupied and DTP inserts. Room signs should also be DDA compliant; Signbox internal signage solutions are available with tactile lettering or in Braille format to ensure they are accessible to all.
Signbox indoor room sign systems are manufactured using a wide range of materials, including woods, metals and contemporary acrylics. They are designed to be elegant and visually pleasing, yet robust, tamper-proof and low maintenance.