Interior Wayfinding Signage
Interior wayfinding helps guide people through a building by providing clear and consistent signs and information. People use visual cues such as directional signs, maps, and symbols, as well as physical elements like floor numbers, room numbers, and staircases. The goal of interior wayfinding signage is to help people navigate their way easily and efficiently, reducing confusion and improving overall user experience. It’s an important aspect of building design and planning, particularly in large or complex spaces such as hospitals, airports, shopping centres and hotels.
A well-designed wayfinding system can help reinforce a building’s brand identity, creating a cohesive and memorable visual experience. Good design takes into account the needs of all users, including those with disabilities, making the building more accessible and user-friendly. The Mount Royal Hotel located in the Town of Banff is a great example using ADA Compliant Braille and Tactile signage, while also making the sign aesthetically pleasing. Hi Signs used antique brushed metallic screen printing to create border accents, and crisp white tactile for the 3D textured door numbers. The result is an elegant and effective wayfinding system.
Develop content schedule, custom fabrication including screen printed acrylic, ADA braille, laser cut tactile and direct-to-substrate printing. Installed by our very own, Banff Sign Company.
Hi Signs is a Canadian architectural signage and wayfinding fabricator, dedicated to creating functional and aesthetically pleasing solutions for our clients such as interior wayfinding signage. With 50 years of experience in the industry, our team of designers and project managers have a thorough understanding of how to effectively guide people through complex environments, delivering turn-key solutions.