Window signs are eye-catching, help clients find you amidst the crowds and inform customers about opening hours or special deals. They can add intrigue to your building’s exterior or provide privacy within your walls. Getting window signage right is a matter of suiting your business, reflecting your brand and working with professionals for a quality job.
This guide from our signwriters will help you make the most of your windows in Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch.
If you’re offering a sensitive service or product, your customers might appreciate the privacy that window signage provides. Use signage that spans the length of your window to give people inside complete anonymity.
For shops and storefronts, brightly coloured graphics that match your brand work well, pairing privacy with a bold marketing boost. For offices like dentists or lawyers, frosted windows will obscure vision while keeping the style sophisticated. You could also opt for perforated decals, which offer one-way visibility so people inside can still see out.
Whether it’s in a restaurant, office or storefront, window signage has an undeniable ability to draw people in. That makes them effective spaces to promote monthly specials, showcase employee awards and disclose opening hours. Premium window graphics are great ways to communicate these messages with you audience.
While buildings encased completely in glass are attractive, they offer little wall space for traditional signage. The up side is, all that glass is an excellent opportunity for bold window signs. Through attractive lettering and clever imagery, signwriters can transform your windows into a statement piece that catches the eyes of passersby and directs them to your door.
Window signage and frosting also play a big role in reducing glare, heat and UV rays within your walls, while still letting natural light in to brighten up the space.
If you’d like to turn a window into an opportunity to share your name or message with the world, talk to the window signage specialists at Signwise today.