Hanging signs are used when you have no wall or another medium to fix the sign to, or when it is necessary to have signage above a feature, such as an information desk or on the junction in a corridor.
Depending on the structure of the ceiling, different fixings are needed, but there is usually an appropriate solution to each type of ceiling, be it plaster, concrete, or the many types of suspended ceilings. The signs are then suspended from the fixings using wire, clips or hooks.
One of the benefits of suspended signage is that the angle is flexible, and usually, there is nothing in the way making them ideal to enhance visibility and field of view.
Signage for doors often include nameplates, changeable inserts, engaged / vacant sliders and graphics for visibility panels.
Arrays of signage that can be re-ordered, removed and replaced. Often used for wayfinding in lobbies or around lifts and staircases.
Room names, wayfinding or directional signage fitted on internal walls.
Signs that stand out, literally. Typically used in shopping centres and concourses. Projecting signs can be both practical and interesting.
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Ward Signs has recently completed a new range of signage for new client The Worshipful Company of Stationers in The City of London
Ward Signs has recently completed a new range of signage for new client Victoria & Albert Museum in London
Wards of Bristol provided bespoke wayfinding signage for Westonbirt Arboretum. Read more about this interesting bespoke project.