Frequently asked questions
What are the key elements of signage and wayfinding?
There’s lots to consider when thinking about signage and wayfinding. Most important is to consider the purpose of your communication – what are you trying to achieve with your signage? Once you know what influence you’d like your communication to have, key elements of design include logo placement, optimal text count, background colours, content and fabrication.
What signage options are there?
Signage formats and construction come in all shapes, sizes and budgets. It is important to consider your expectations when beginning a signage project. If you are concerned about cost, or just feel unsure, speak to us about getting some ballpark costs for production and installation.
Cost-effective solutions include banners, a-frames, flags, corflutes, laser-cut vinyl, acrylic, timber and aluminium. More expensive applications include hand-painted lettering or foiling, back-lit signs, vehicle livery, electronic signage, illuminated signs, individual cut letters and neon signs.
What about installation?
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 we’re well placed to help you with.