We know that signs serve many purposes: they provide direction, identify locations and announce events. It’s easy to think that signage serves these purposes just for businesses or municipalities, but that’s not always the case. Sometimes signage celebrates the milestones in our lives. Today’s story is about Sam, who just turned three.
Signs have a lifespan. Some sit by the side of the road for years, providing wayfinding or information. Others get hit by cars or snowplows and knocked down. Event signs have lifespans only as long as the event they assist. Most of these “dead” signs are thrown away, but sometimes they can be repurposed and […]
Marketing gurus, designers and sign makers will tell you that signs have four basic functions: 1) Provide information 2) Give directions 3) Identify services and facilities 4) State safety and regulatory rules At Signs.com, we’re constantly aware of these four functions of signage, and we try to help our customers determine which of the functions […]