interior signs

Exterior signage helps customers find your business. Conversely, interior signs direct them and provide information once inside. Interior signage helps your customers navigate your business, make buying decisions and keep you on the right side of the law. As with exterior signs, interior signs come in many shapes and forms, and several types may be required for your business.

A1 Signs has worked with many clients to develop custom interior signage packages that fit their business. As a result, we can implement signage to help your customers navigate your layout with wayfinding and point of purchase signs. Let our installers apply custom wall graphics that give your business the wow factor and impress your customers. We’ll can also assist in creating unique logo signage to help cement your brand. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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Types of Interior Signs

Interior signage has specific applications and uses depending upon the type of business you operate. Let our experienced sign experts help you determine which sign type might work best for your particular need.

Directional Signs

Directional, or wayfinding, signs do not require tactile or Braille characteristics specified by the ADA guidelines. However, they must possess the requirements for proportion, character height, sign finish and contrast. For example, floor directories or specifics on how to get around a building or department.

Informational Signs

A sign that gives you a sense of general location. Examples would be directories, maps and even menus.


This is needed if a room or space is not readily changing its use (i.e. office, cubicle, departments, etc.). For this type of signage, you must follow the ADA guidelines. Therefore, identification signage will have Braille or tactile lettering, and compliant proportion, character height, sign finish and contrast. Consult an architect or designer for local regulations you may need to follow.


Often dimensional and does not have to comply with ADA guidelines. This type of signage is often a store logo or something to help emphasize the feeling of a space.


This type of signage is mandated by local codes and regulation and should be advised by an architect or designer.


Decorative signage is all about you. How do you want customers to feel when inside your space. This type of signage can be permanent or change seasonally. Most importantly, it provides you cliental a sense of your attention to detail.

Why do you need interior signs?

1. Branding

Creating a first impression is extremely important, especially when your organization routinely receives new visitors. So consequently, having custom signs installed throughout your building can assist in representing your brand better.

Aside from the actual messaging and text, you can customize these signs with your logo, slogan, company colors, and anything else that you associate with your brand. Having such elements in your signs reinforces your brand identity in your customers’ minds.

As a result, individuals will be more likely to keep your organization top of mind.

2. Advertisements & Information

Just because you already have customers in the building doesn’t mean you cannot still effectively advertise to them. For example, you could draw your customers’ attention to certain sales or promotions you have going on. Or, for instance, you are placing signs in a medical facility, you could provide people with information about preventing a specific type of illness.

There are still plenty of options to give people important information after they have already crossed your threshold.

3. Enhance Atmosphere

Wall graphics, murals, and signage can all really help liven up your space. While there are definitely branding benefits to this as well, it’s simply nice to not have a whole lot of blank, cold walls surrounding your customers and visitors at all times.

By incorporating colorful, attractive interior signage throughout your facility, you can make your visitors feel more welcome and improve their perception of your company. Most importantly, it creates a pleasant environment for your employees.

4. Seasonal Changes

Signs are easily taken down and swapped out for replacements on a regular basis. As a result, you can change the entire feel of your business from season to season simply by changing out your signage!

For example, if there are nonessential displays you use for promotions and holidays, consider having them customized according to your exact specifications.

5. Achieve ADA Compliance

You are required by federal law under the Americans with Disabilities Act to have certain types of signage in your building. This includes signage noting handicap accessible areas, bathrooms, changing rooms, and more. You cannot ensure your compliance with the ADA unless you work with a specialized provider of signs that fulfill ADA regulations.

Furthermore, by enlisting the help of a business with expertise in ADA regulations, you can get high-quality interior signage that possesses the appropriate font, colors, and other elements necessary to meet ADA requirements.

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