These are a popular type of sign found on businesses throughout most industry sectors, used commonly by signage companies. There is a range of fabrications that make up Built Up Letters, like Classic 3D, Rim and Return, Halo Illuminated and Face Illuminated.
Digital Print and Vinyl Applications
Graphics that can be printed on vinyl are a more accessible form of sign and great for inside use. They are a flexible and versatile sticker type product that can be applied to several surfaces like walls and windows.
These allow customers to see your brand from far away. A fascia sign is any sign that is put on the front of a building but does not project very far out from the building itself. A fascia sign will usually feature the flat logo of the business.
Flex Face Signage
This type of sign is used in locations like retail parks. The term “flex face” comes from the tensioned flexible PVC substrate that stretches across the face of the sign. This softer material is much more scalable and safer, and you can print to a much larger scale and with acrylic or composite panels.
Using LEDs, you can create illuminated end products. LED technology means you can now have illuminated signage in more locations than ever before and caters to the most affordable budgets. There are endless possibilities to help your signs stick out thanks to developing technology.
The large signs you see in retail parks that have multiple brands on them are known as Totem Signs. They are great for high visibility and providing information. Totem signage can also be internally or externally illuminated to be seen in the dark and be even more alluring.
These can commonly be found in cities to guide people. Recent developments in technology allow for digital wayfinding, often used in cities that want to push a modern perspective.