Meet Charles. He’s an commercial Interior Designer, specializing in Hospital Facilities. One of his favorite finishing touches are wayfinding signs, architectural signs, and dimensional placards. The signs that direct people to bathrooms, stairs, elevators, exits, etc. Typically they include Braille signs as well. These ADA compliant signs are often standard black and, well — unremarkable. What sets Charles apart, is he introduces a powerful, but consistent design element to these signs – making them accents that support the look he’s trying to achieve. The only issue — it costs a lot to have somebody create a sign design to accommodate a particular look and color palette. On top of that, there’s the cost of custom production with Braille lettering. For the last few years, Charles stopped recommending designer signage, being sensitive to client budgets Then his friend Claire introduced him to Signs Direct. Signs Direct makes it easy to create custom wayfinding signs and dimensional placards. Choose from 31 elegant design groups. Then, select your color palette, and choose the font. You can start with standardized signs – then adjust the words to communicate exactly what you need to say. Signs Direct will take care of the rest –
including the correct Braille for your new signs. And, they’ll do it at a fraction of the cost for traditional custom signage or architectural signs. Try it out for yourself – click the link floating on this video now.