Custom Signs 101: Reception Signs

by Mary Mills on April 22, 2013

Using custom signs in the reception area of your business can set the tone and reinforce your brand’s image as soon as a new customer or client walks in the door.

The reception sign is often the first impression clients will form about your company. Your reception sign should convey the confidence and belief you have in your company. It’s not just a matter of the right design, although that is a must for any custom signs you’re using.

Custom SignsA good custom sign is dependent on the right materials, the right size, and the right messaging. These are the design elements necessary for any custom sign, but you would be surprised at the number of businesses that overlook the basics when creating their reception signs.

We’ve seen “Welcome To…” signs printed on an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper, and taped to the front desk. We’ve seen vinyl banners that are more suited to an outdoor picnic. And, we’ve seen some reception signs that looked like they had been designed on a word processor and printed out a sheet at a time.

Custom signs call for professional design, high quality materials, precision technologies, and an attention to detail. Your local SIGNARAMA store can help you design a top quality sign, and they have all the materials and latest machines on hand to complete the job. SIGNARAMA employees are professionals, they pay attention to every detail for your custom signs, from channel letters on the front of your building to the reception sign to the boardroom branding.

At SIGNARAMA, we’ve created countless signs for reception areas, including 3-D/dimensional lettering, engraved signs, LED displays, and digital signs, to name a few. Whether you’re a law firm that needs to convey an image of stability and trust, or a retail store that wants to present an image of fun, SIGNARAMA can create the custom signs that best fit that image.

For more information on our custom signs, visit our website. You can also use our online store locator to find the SIGNARAMA store nearest you.

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is the Marketing Director at United Franchise Group and Signarama in West Palm Beach, Fl. She has an extensive background in marketing, communications and Public Relations as well as television news & video production.

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