Create museum signage that really comes to life
Welcome your visitors and orient them - with museum signage. Go ahead... plan signs you can create in minutes. Begin with a floor plan sketch, edit it using Adobe or your favorite word processing software, then print the museum sign panel and slip it into a durable SNAP sign frame.
Explain what they're looking at - with detailed historical association signs. Scan textiles, photographs, excerpts from manuscripts or signatures. Add explanations, then print, assemble, and display.
Guide guests with color-coded museum exhibit graphics at each intersection.
Your exhibits may be historic, but SNAP signs are always up-to-date.
Coordinate your museum signage
When designing adjacent museum signage for a directory, include an attractive band of color that is common to all museum signs. Each signs' lettering can be unique, yet they appear coordinated.
Consider the viewing distance
Museum sign numbers are legible from about 150 times their height. Thus a 2" high number can be read from 25 feet.
Special event museum signage
Easily print museum signs for special events, and surprise your guests with custom name tags. Now that's special! Make your historical association signs attract attention.
Renovate your signs...yourself
Revise your signs easily. Print a sheet of paper on-budget. Assemble the sign on-time. And do it all, on-your-own.
Historical association signs
With SNAP signs you can include scans of your historical association's maps, photographs and signatures. Here we've started by scanning a textile swatch.
Museum Signage informs your guests about upcoming events - place standing museum signs at the reception desk and along the exit paths.
Time to honor an your long-term staff person? Create custom, employee-of-the-month name tag that shows their years of service. At the same time, print name tags for docents and volunteers.
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