Over the years there have been a good number of requests for office / reception area logos and signs. If you want to make a good first impression in visitors to your organization’s offices, there are not many better places to start.
Here are a few examples:
Large facility like universities need to make it clear where various offices are. Here is some of the work we did for California Baptist University in Riverside, CA
A corporate (or branch) office needs to make an impression, of course – like this Colliers International office we provided office signage for in Encino CA.
Medical offices convey the professionalism of their office and services with professionally designed and produced office signage. Here is work we did for Brain and Spine Institute in Irvine CA.
This signage included the ADA door plaque shown to the right of the entry door.
Just one more… a corporate conference room. This was a fun design created by the client – Customfab in Garden Grove CA (a contract manufacturing company) – they wanted to create a bit of privacy for the clear glass doors off the main foyer, so they made a pattern of graphics representing their services. The pattern was cut in etch-look vinyl material leaving the majority of the glass appearing frosted. We also created and applied a vinyl branding band and graphics around the inside of the room.
So I have to ask – what would you like in your offices in 2018?
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Paul Borne | Big City Signs
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Heiden’s, a food processing company in Anaheim, in Orange County, California got a new building sign this week, branding their new facility. The sign is 7 ft. X 6 ft. dimensional wall sign with 3 in deep foam backing on black acrylic.
This sign was created in several sections with final assembly on site.
The foam backing was laser cut with holes for the studs that were mounted to the wall. The paper template created from the laser-cutting pattern had those holes marked in pen — I just drilled the wall and set the studs in epoxy. The pieces were then installed with silicon for a permanent hold. The sections fit easily and perfectly over the studs, so that everything lined up as one piece.
The logo lent itself to cutting into sections, with the gold lines as the dividing point, so that the visual effect would make it look like one piece. In addition, the lettering and gold lion parts were laser cut using the same pattern and applied over the pieces to add more camouflage to the fact that the logo was actually done in sections.
So, here’s the final result — a great looking building logo, and another happy client.
Recently Big City installed dimensional graphics in this corporate training center. It certainly enhances the space, and provides brand and corporate mission awareness.
Here are the results:
Partway through – another day to go:
Third of three parking garage wall wraps… now, on to the next project!