Wayfinding Signage and Directional Signs
Modern, informative wayfinding signage helps people to navigate an architectural space.
Wayfinding Signs that helps a building space flow.
Our wayfinding signage design team can work with architects to create functional wayfinding schemes and our sign types add stunning aesthetics to any building space.
What are the Main Benefits of Wayfinding Signage?
Improve the Customer Experience
Good wayfinding signage significantly improves the experience people have in an environment.
A properly planned wayfinding strategy reduces stress and allows customers to focus on the reason they are there.
Let Your Brand Do The Talking
With branded wayfinding and directional signage, your products will never be far from visitor’s minds.
Emphasise your mission, values, and messages by incorporating your brand into signage across the whole space.
Inclusive Wayfinding Signage
Accessibility is at the forefront of our designs, and we are experts at delivering inclusive signage schemes.
From designing with braille and tactile signage to installation according to the latest guidelines, wayfinding has never been so accessible.
Stand Out From The Crowd
Deliver an unforgettable experience and lasting impression with our patented signage technologies.
Alongside the range of materials, finishes and fixings we design with, your brand identity will be loud and clear where you need it to be.
Wayfinding Signage delivers an important function.
Wayfinding signage is vital for the safe functioning of medical settings, schools and offices.
What are the Stages for Installing Wayfinding and Directional Signage?
Step one involves discussing the ideal outcomes for the wayfinding scheme. We take into account the preferences of our clients, as well as the space and budget.
Getting to know the size and scale of the environment, brand guidelines and users is an important part of this phase.
With an understanding of the preferences and goals our team of expert designers will work with client feedback to create mock-ups of the signage.
Reviews and feedback are a vital part of this stage so that the ideal outcomes can be clearly envisioned.
After approval, the designs are given to our manufacturing team for production. Made on-site in our UK workshop, each sign is tested for quality and legibility.
The signs are produced using a combination of first-class sign making technology and traditional hand-made artwork. They are then securely packaged and sent.
Our team of professional installers are then responsible for bringing the wayfinding scheme to life through a carefully coordinated and safe installation process.
We plan for minimal disruption to the environments we work in and take care of the whole operation from delivery to snagging.
Wayfinding signage for internal and external environments. Designed with usability and flexibility in mind.
Creating effective wayfinding and directional signage is the process of blending sign systems into existing architecture.
Wayfinding signs and directional signs for buildings and offices. Modular wayfinding systems, with total security.
Creating effective wayfinding and directional signage is the process of blending sign systems in to existing architecture to allow quick and easy navigation around a building, whilst adding to the aesthetic appeal of the space. Effective wayfinding is an important part of a brand’s identity in the workplace.
Our wayfinding solutions are built around a collection of patented technologies that provide secure, lockable fixing systems and a palette of colours, finishes and texting methods that complement your existing branding and expands on it.
We can provide a range of directional signage to display navigation to another part of the building and information signs to display key information about the building space. We can also provide wayfinding solutions that are suited to visually impaired people, including Braille and tactile.
Frequently Asked Questions
Interior signage provides important wayfinding information for building users so that they can easily and safely navigate their built environment. Interior signage also provides building owners and interior space designers with the opportunity to engage building users.
There is a legal requirement to provide safety signage to ensure that users know their nearest exit points in case of emergency. Once critical safety signage is in place, it is important that building users know how to navigate to key facilities such as toilets and lifts. Interior signage does not only need to be functional, it can also be aesthetic by using a range of materials and colours to bring the space to life.
There are many types of interior signage: simple directional signage fixed to walls, overhead suspended signage, projecting signs, a range of door signs and even talking signs.
xsign has developed a patented interior product range that includes Jigsaw, Puzzle, Folio and Talky. Each of these products have been developed by British Architect and company CEO, Mark Shaw-Smith. The patented product set gives architects and designers complete freedom of choice for internal sign schemes.
Interior sign installation depends on the product being used. Often adhesive tape is used to apply a sign directly to the surface. In the case of suspended signs or projecting signs, we would use a more permanent, secure fixture.
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We work with both end users and main contractors. We have worked with the biggest main contractors in the UK, including Kier, Morgan Sindall, Galliford Try, Willmott Dixon, BAM and many others.
As well as providing interior signs for main contractors, we have also provided signage schemes for many architectural practices and we have worked with some of the biggest brands in the UK including BT, UBS, University of Birmingham, University College London Hospital and many others.