Wayfinding sign systems that work do so because they convey information clearly and concisely whilst enlightening, not confusing.
Their purpose is to direct visitors who are unfamiliar with their surroundings to a location or destination effortlessly and to take account of the needs of all, including the visually impaired.
A consistent wayfinding signage solution calls for experienced, rigorous planning and a thorough appreciation of the precise function of a building or landscape. It also calls for an approach that takes account of an organisation’s philosophy and the way it treats its brand; effective wayfinding signage will always form an intrinsic part of a cohesive corporate identity scheme.
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wayfinding signage that conveys, clearly
Successful interior wayfinding signage solutions are dependent on specialist sign manufacturers who know how to get the best from a scheme. Our project managers work closely with building owners, architects and designers to determine natural visitor flows, navigational demands and health and safety requirements to really produce a solution that works.
We design and manufacture wayfinding signs that enhance interior spaces using a wide range of materials, finishes, styles and graphics for use throughout a building.
From door and floor signs, name plates and display panels to finger posts, marker posts and totems, Signbox signs are formulated to blend seamlessly with their environment, yet convey information distinctly and intelligently.
The materials we rely on include an inspired collection of woods, metals such as aluminium, stainless steel and brass and contemporary vinyls and perspex. Wherever possible, we work with products which are environmentally-friendly and originate from recycled or sustainable sources.
Signbox creates wayfinding signs that are designed to be low maintenance, cost effective, durable and, above all, fulfil workplace legislation that ensures visitors and staff have intuitive, immediate access to emergency exits and fire escapes. We follow best practice guidelines to provide DDA-compliant signs and have developed a number of specialist processes that include information display in tactile and Braille formats.
Signbox designs signs that help everyone navigate buildings with ease, feeling safe, informed and engaged with their surroundings.