The Biggest Business Signage Mistakes
When it comes to designing, printing, and installing signage for your business, it’s important that you carefully consider the best ways to showcase your brand and help your visitors find their way. As with any task, there will always be mistakes that can be made. The thing with signage is that everything you make is on complete show to the world, so it’s not something you want to stuff up!
The team at Global Signs have worked with hundreds of clients over the years to help them create dynamic, practical signage that provides a real benefit for their business. With so much experience in the industry, we know a thing or two about making good quality signs. Here are some of the biggest blunders that can happen when you embark on a project to replenish your business signs.
1. You work with an inexperienced signage company.
It’s essential that the printing and installation of your signs is done by a professional signage company with experience in the industry. There’s no point having a great sign if it is printed on poor quality materials or installed in an inappropriate manner.
At Global Signs, we pride ourselves on excellent customer service and high standards. We love working with our existing clients, as well as welcoming new clients on board. Our services cover everything you could possibly need to create incredible, eye-catching signage. For more information about our services, you can browse our website.
2. You choose the wrong type of signage.
There are so many different types of signs to choose from – acrylic signs, laser cut signs, building signs, factory signs, display banners, billboard signs, pull up banners and 3D signs, just to name a few. It can often be difficult to know which type of sign will best suit the needs and objectives of your organisation.
The best sign for you will often depend on what you are hoping to achieve and where you want to place it. If you only need a temporary sign, you might consider pull up banners for indoors or corflute signs for outdoors. An acrylic sign or laser cut sign might be more appropriate if you are looking for something permanent. Either way, you can always chat to the Global Signs team to discuss your needs and find a solution that works for you.
3. Your signs aren’t consistent with one another.
Consistency is key! If you are ordering multiple signs, for example both display banners and pull-up banners, it’s important that they complement each other. Your own signage shouldn’t be competing with itself, so offering a consistent and stylised design will ensure you don’t overburden the senses of onlookers.
For those who already have signage in place, but want to purchase additional signs, it’s critical that the style matches, or replaces, that of the old signage. At Global Signs, we are experts in sign design and can provide advice for your circumstances. Just get in touch with our team on (02) 9729 0139 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get started on your signage journey.