Frequently asked questions
What are the key elements important for signage and wayfinding?
Key elements include logo placement, optimal text count, background colours, content and recommended fabrication.
As signage format and construction can vary considerably in terms of budget, it is important to consider your expectations when beginning a signage project. If you are concerned about the cost, or just not sure, speak to us about getting some ballparks for production and installation as there are many options available.
On the more cost effective end are banners, a-frames, flags, corflutes, laser cut vinyl, acrylic, timber and aluminium. On the more expensive end is hand painted lettering or foiling, back-lit signs, vehicle livery, electronic signage, illuminated signs, individual cut letters and neon signs.
It’s also worth considering the installation itself. Do you need strata or landlord permission? Will your installer need to use a cherry picker or safety harness? Does your local council need to be notified? These are all questions and considerations your designer can help you with.