Signage usually placed in a backroom or break room with messages for enhancing employee performance.
A sign that points out facts about the merchandise in question, whether it has to do with construction, performance.
Clearance area sign
Signage that distinguishes areas containing priced-reduced products.
Customer profile sign
Signage that displays interesting information about a company's better known customers.
A free standing unit that houses a digital display and media player.
A form of electronic display showing advertising and public information in private and public areas (e.g. shopping centres, hospitals, educational facilities, retailers, small shops, waiting rooms, restaurants) both outdoor and indoor. Digital OOH and digital signage are sometimes used interchangeably; the first usually refers to large ad-based networks.
Signage that teaches your customer about various topics (e.g. how a product works, how it was made, whether it is safe for the environment).
Signage that forges an emotional connection with the customer.
Employee performance sign
Signage that communicates to employees when the employer cannot.
Verbiage in signage that conveys a message directly to your employees.
Signage that conveys humorous verbiage or images to the customer.
<p>The art of creating experiences that leave a lasting memory with the customer.</p>
A graphic or image displayed on the floor usually at the front of the establishment or the point of sale area.
Signage that conveys a promise of a reward to employees.
Signage used to establish a store's personality, to build and reinforce a relationship with the customer, and to help cement a position in the community.
Mission/purpose statement sign
Signage that states a store's core values and fundamental beliefs.
See <em>incentive sign</em> or <em>backroom sign</em>
Signage that attracts interest, encourages message retention and drives sales; also, great at motivating additional purchases; see <em>floor sign</em>.
Signage that answers questions:<em> Can this item be returned? How do I special order something? What happens if my expensive purchase doesn't work?</em>
Price only sign
<p>Signage that only displays pricing with no additional information (e.g. "$9.99").</p>
Price proposition sign
<p>Signage that only include numbers.</p>
Product benefit sign
<p>Signage that states the advantages of a product or service to the customer.</p>
Little signs on different substrates, like pens, cups, apparel, keyrings; usually includes a logo, tagline and contact information (phone number, website address).
<p>A Pole sign is a freestanding exterior sign (typically in excess of eight feet in height). It is detached from the building and is often used to display multiple signs on the same structure.</p>
A machine-readable code consisting of an array of black and white squares, typically used for storing URLs or other information for reading by a smartphone or camera.
<p>Signage that reminds a customer of something they might need or want, like batteries for a toy.</p>
<p>Signage that tells a story about a product; like where it came from, how it was developed.</p>
<p>Signage that captures the feedback of a customer promoting a store's product and/or service.</p>
The area within the first 10-20 feet of the entrance of the store (the number of feet varies only because of the size of the store)
Signage that appears within the first 10-15 feet of entering a store.
Wayfinding (Directional) sign
<p>Signage that tells customers "the way" to what they're looking for.</p>
A graphic or image placed usually on a customer facing window with messaging on sales, new products, upcoming events, etc.; used to drive traffic into the store.