Interior office signs greet your customers, clients and visitors. Your logo and lettering in a lobby or reception area establishes your business or organization. Signs direct guests between floors and offices; tell the history of your firm; decorate open work areas; list the partners or physicians in a practice. Turner Sign Systems designs, fabricates and installs a variety of types of interior signs for our clients in the Dallas / Fort Worth areas. For more information about channel letter or reverse channel letter signs, please contact us here or request a free sign quote here.
About Interior Signs
Signage refers to the design and fabrication of signs to pass a message to some specific group. Signage is usually for marketing or some kind of advocacy. There are several types of signs, but this article chooses to focus on interior signs. The interior signs can be made to suit your needs. There are interior signs for finding the way or directing, identifying rooms, and even branding signage. There are single-piece interior signs to entire signage rollout.
Interior signs used for branding are usually used to emphasize the feeling of space. These can be found in schools, hospitals or college hallways. They can be made from materials such as wood, acrylic, aluminum, etc., just provided it can be dimensioned using a router, waterjet machine or a laser.
An interior informational sign offers individuals using the room some sense of general direction, examples of such include menus, maps, and directories.
Directional signs located inside buildings include office floor directories, usually located on the ground floor of a building, of specific direction guides that provide more information about how to get around on the floor. Directional signs don’t need to have to comply with the braille and tactile characteristics that are specified in the ADA guidelines.
Interior Identification signs are used for rooms with a single use, and there is no intention to readily change its use. Identification signs can be used to indicate offices, cubicles, departments, etc. ADA guidelines must be followed when designing identification signs.
An interior regulatory signage is designed mainly to address safety concerns. Their placement is advised by an architect or a designer and is mandated by the local codes and regulations.
Interior signs offer non-verbal communication to people, making maneuvering the place easier. A signage package contains all of the types of signage indicated above and is usually made by an architect or a designer. You can consult a signage firm for more information.