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Lighted Business Signs Made Orange County.

 

The shapes of buildings and there many architectural differences can be a

challenge for business signage, and identifying or communicating your product.

One business sign may be to long and horizontal to accommodate a long message and fit

into a restricted space. Another will require a large vertical shape that must be

seen from a great distance. Although necessary, this variety can lead to

visual chaos unless the signs can be organized into families or visual

groups, which include all the sign types.

 

 

   A square and a rectangle can be made to relate by giving rounded corners

to both signs, however, too much repetition of the same shape or similar

shape can be monotonous. It is better to vary the shape occasionally if the

situation justifies it. For example, if a lozenge shape is used for a group

of directional signs, a nearby directory can be a rectangle with rounded

comers. The rounded corners of the directory are a subtle relationship to the

half rounded ends of the directional signs without slavishly repeating them.

  

Relating signs by shape is the most obvious way to create a family of

signs, but there are many other design elements, which can help to strengthen

a basic family relationship. The use of one letter style or alphabet for all

copy in a family group of signs is a normal way to create a strong visual

link. Repetition of similar colors and materials creates another obvious

relationship. Less obvious are the repetition of construction details, sign

supports, or fabrication methods.

 

A repetition of materials can help unify various signs into a system. In a

similar way, some of the finish materials used to construct a building can

often be used in fabricating its business signage. This repetition of

materials such as polished bronze, dark anodized aluminum, and oak can help

integrate signs with the architecture. These materials are adaptable to

etching, engraving, and other normal sign fabrication techniques, and they

result in signs which are very durable.

 

It is often possible to utilize existing building surfaces for certain sign

items. The word “pull,” for example, can be engraved into the bronze push

plate of a door. Floor indication numbers might be sandblasted into the

marble or granite wall of an elevator lobby. Signs can also be recessed into

a wall (sometimes called a “mortise”) formed in the wall into which a bronze

plaque or other sign is inserted.

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By creating a special place in the

building wall for a sign, the designer gives it a sense of permanency and

oneness with the building. This technique usually requires special planning

and coordination with the architect while the building is being designed. In

some cases, the architect must allow the proper back-up material for

attaching the sign to the wall or ceiling.

 

The letters sandblasted or cast into a wall, look more permanent then

building letters that are surface-mounted tight to a smooth wall. Cutout

letters mounted flat on a wall can still be very effective. Thick metal

letters of aluminum, bronze, brass, or stainless steel, which are anchored

to the wall with concealed metal pins set in epoxy, are permanent and a solid

looking way to go. Letters with metal sides and Plexiglas face internally

lighted with neon or led's can avoid looking cheap and temporary if well

fabricated. Posted by: Anaheim Signs

 

 

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Register Has New VP Advertising/GM
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… to oversee sales strategies as vice president of advertising at The Orange County Register to “lead the planning and execution of sales strategies to drive growth and keep clients [and for] training, coaching and developing sales teams,” the

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South Orange County business news: Loft Outlet opens in San Clemente, Second Impressions comes to Lake Forest
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Loft Outlet, a women's apparel company, celebrated its opening at the Outlets at San Clemente with a ribbon-cutting ceremony April2. The store joined 45 other retailers at the ocean-facing outlet at 101 Avenida Vista Hermosa in San Clemente. Tenants …

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Sport Chalet closing all of its stores
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Other Sports Chalet stores in Orange County are in Huntington Beach, Laguna Niguel, Brea, Mission Viejo, Irvine and Costa Mesa. The store is also … At the Brea store on Imperial Highway, signs in the window on Saturday said “Going out of Business

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If you have a chance to install signs that are visible from traffic passing by, the legibility of your business sign will have different factors when being viewed from a moving vehicle. If no one can read your message, you are wasting your money. The readability will be deter­mined by the following:

  • Driving speed and the number of traffic lanes, both of which influence reaction time, will determine which signs will be recognizable.

 

  • Setback distance, how long is the sign within a driver's cone of vision, before it is outside driver's cone of vision.

 

  • Graphic design considerations, such as selected typeface, bold easy to read letters with proper spacing. In addition to the selection of letter style, spacing, and capital­ization, the letter height is also dependent on the number of statements or lines of text, the speed at which the vehicle will be traveling, and the lateral distance between the viewer and the sign.

 

  • The number of words, names, or syllables on a sign; color contrast; number of items of information (there should be six or fewer).

 

  • The overall area of the sign, or total square footage of the sign face.

 

  • Lighting and sources of illuminations, also factor in when viewed at night.

 

  Reaction time when a car is moving, may be the biggest factor in the time it takes a driver to see a display, read its message, and comprehend its meaning. The average time it takes has been field tested, at between 8 and 12 seconds. Also a car moving at a fast pace, travels farther while the driver is reacting to a message and, that message must be larger. For every 50 feet (15 meters) of distance separating a viewer from an object, 1 inch (2.5 millimeters) of letter height is re­quired. To ensure the signs readability, 1-inch Helvetica capital letters for every 30 feet (9 meters) of distance.

 

Since there is a limit to what a person may see and remem­ber while driving, the number of items of information being seen, as he moves down the street can become limited. Visual items defined as being a symbol, word, a syllable, or unique shape. The recommended visual items of six or less should be enough information, to adequately help a driver find what he is seeking. No more than six items of infor­mation seems to be the maximum a driver will be able absorb from any one street sign. Take all these considerations into context when designing your business signs to be visible for potential customers driving by in their vehicles. #anaheimsigns.

 
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a business route is designated by adding the letter “B” after the number instead of placing a “Business” sign above it. For example, Arkansas signs US

 

 

 

 

 

 

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