Comcast Spotlight, a division of Comcast cable, was moving their office to a new location in Dunwoody, GA. One thing they wanted to do in the new location was to create a compelling look for their new space, starting with their lobby sign.
Very early after we started up, we had the opportunity to work with Neil Page, one of the principles of Page-Webb, LLC. His company develops properties for several companies like Sherwin Williams and Deals, a Dollar Tree Company.
In Early December, we were contacted by Harold Wyatt at Wyatt Realty Company in Buckhead to produce some signs for the outdoor dedication plaques of his building. He was looking for a real classic and solid look, with a brass plate finish to it.
A property management company looks for a new sign vendor
Earlier this year, we were contacted by Whitney Payne from Lincoln Property Company. They looking to change their sign vendor for all their commercial property signage in Atlanta and wanted us to provide a quote to do their standard leasing and sales signs.
In July we were approached by John Williams of Jamaican National Money Services to help them with a project in the Atlanta area. They were moving into the market and were signing up new vendors for their services. They wanted to provide each of the vendors with an indoor lighted sign advertising their services.
Window Graphics are not a new way for businesses to dress up glass window and doors. There are many different types and varieties of window graphics available to customers. The right solution for your business will be determined by the desired effect these graphics should provide.
When thinking about commercial signage, one often thinks mostly about businesses. However, signage is also important for schools at all levels of education: from preschool & day care all the way to colleges and universities.
We have worked over the past few months with several corporate customers who have offices and lobby spaces when visitors first come into their location. Often, a lobby sign sets a good impression when customers first enter your office. As the saying goes, you only have one chance to make a first impression. These customers wanted to ensure their corporate identity and brand were clearly reflected to people as they entered their offices.
In August we had the opportunity to work on two separate projects that shows two different outdoor lighted sign options for a new or existing business.
Our first customer was Nicole Swiecki who is opening up a new salon in Suwanee named Blvd. Salon. She was looking for a way to have her sign look distinctive and stand out from the rest in this busy city.
When purchasing an outside lighted box or can sign, one of the decisions that needs to be made is the type of sign face you would like to have. There are several different options for outdoor lighted sign faces that give you flexibility in design, appearance and price and help you to achieve the perfect look for your new sign.
Below are some standard options.