Sign Designed for Architectural Signs

When it comes to your architectural signage, you should be aware that designs are foremost when it comes to these signs. These are, after all, signs that are crafted not just to show people around but to also add an aesthetic quality to where these signs are placed. In other words, these signs serve a dual purpose.

This is where the question of design importance comes in. How important are your signage designs to the creation of these signs for your business? The designs that you come up with for your business is important, because it can serve as a jumping off point for your manufacturer when time comes for your signs to be made. We are calling it a “jumping off point” since these designs may need to be tweaked for a number of good reasons.

For one, the designs you come up with may not be ideal for your establishment or for your business in particular. For instance, if you are a law firm or an accounting firm, a signage design that uses whimsical fonts may not be a good idea. Certain color combinations may also not be suitable for your enterprise, so some tweaking may also be needed in this area.

Another good reason why these designs may only serve as a start-off point for signage makers is if these are not made to comply with certain standards set by the government for these signs. Quite a good number of signs need to follow very strict government rules in terms of design and the features that are on them. If these do not follow such guidelines, you might find yourself facing not only penalties but possible lawsuits from individuals who try to make money out of those who violate ADA standards.

The importance of your designs should not be downplayed, even if you think these are not in line with certain standards set by the government for this since these will help your manufacturer figure out what you want. They can then tell you what needs to be done with your signage designs – whether these are ideal for your business, whether these need to be modified to fit ADA standards, and whether these are fine just as they are.

The designs that you create for your architectural signage should also tell your sign maker whether or not you know about the many rules needed for compliance, and this will help them in teaching you about what your signs need. They can then tweak your signs according to compliance needs, while still trying to keep your design ideas for your signage. They can modify these signs to still have the elements that you want on them, while injecting the much needed compliant features into the design and tweaking these at the same time to fit what is best for your particular business.

In the end, your design is indeed important for a number of reasons. While what you first thought to be ideal for your business may not exactly be what you will see hanging beside your doors and outside cubicles, the idea that you give your signage manufacturer through your primary designs will still exist. You will then find yourself with the best possible architectural signs for your enterprise, which will still carry some part of your original design with it.

Share on Facebook