On-site visitor navigation and guidance are decisive factors in the quality of the guest experience. As well as the signage, the information on attractions or recreational areas also plays an important role.
We can help you think about signage from an outside perspective, avoid over-signage and design modern, attractive-looking visitor navigation systems.
We have an integrated approach to planning. We cover the whole process, from assessing the initial situation on site through redesigning the signage and selecting and designing the best signs.
We are also happy to advise you on choosing suitable service providers for production and installation of the signage. So no questions are left unanswered.
Site tour and recording of current signage.
Concept for measures required within the planned area in line with your objectives and wishes.
Selection of signage elements required to fulfil the concept requirements.
Development of an appealing graphical look and feel in your individual corporate design.
Supervision of implementation and structural measures using suitable service providers.
Signs around the town, clear maps of the town and the region, or information boards for your attractions to complement your digital tour. We deal with the concept, design, content and production of your signage, all from a single source.
Maps of the town and the region make it easier for your guests to find their way around and also provide space for additional information. All maps are adapted to your corporate design. Our projects are designed so that you can use all the maps for other print products without having to pay additional licence fees.
The information boards are also available with stands. They come in a wide range of sizes and are easy to install, making them incredibly versatile.
Signposts and information systems have a quality feel and, with the right design, can merge seamlessly into the style of the town. They can be a really eye-catching feature for locals and visitors alike. The posts can be used as individual information points or as signage elements for visitor navigation.
Traditional signposts can help visitors find their way around, guiding them reliably from A to B. Ideally, they can be combined with information posts in the same design to create a consistent look and feel. They can be given an individual header to improve perception of the signposts throughout the town.
Tourist signage on buildings or squares draws attention to particular places of interest or provides information for town tours. Ideally, it can be combined with a digital tour providing more in-depth information online.