Wayfinding Signs are signs designed to help your clients and employees find their way around. Wayfinding signs are interior signs made from acrylic, or other suitable substrate, with a custom design of your choice. Like disabled and ADA signs, wayfinding signs are practical signs necessary for any building, particularly large offices or facilities. Wayfinding signs include building directory signs, suite signs, elevator signs, etc.
Why a Customized Sign?
Your brand is your identity and we make it possible to build a stronger brand with a customized business sign. With all of the substrate and design options, custom wayfinding signs are a must for your business to be able to express your brand around the entire business. The best way to impress customers is by displaying a custom business sign with your unique branding. The sign experts at Magnify Signs are your best option for getting custom wayfinding signs in Denver, CO and the surrounding metro area.
- They’re practical.
Wayfinding signs are good for any business, but particularly for businesses with large office buildings or facilities. The larger the space, the more confusing it will be to navigate, and wayfinding signs are a way for your employees and customers or clients to better navigate the area your business occupies.
Hospitals, campuses, or office complexes in particular need many wayfinding signs to externally direct customers to parking lots, buildings, and other amenities.
- They’re customizable.
Custom wayfinding signs are a great way to express your brand beyond the office lobby sign. With matching custom lobby signs, wayfinding signs, and disabled and ADA signs, your interior signage can do the work of expressing your company brand for you.
Magnify gives MIKRON Precision Signage (posted on January 26th, 2016)
“The project scope included routed ADA tactile signs, the new lobby sign, cut vinyl lettering for meeting rooms, nameplates for individual employee workstations, and exterior aluminum signs for handicapped and visitor reserved parking signs. The cut vinyl lettering for the meeting rooms featured a different Colorado mountain range, such as the Breckenridge, Winter Park, and Vail rooms.”