DGM can create a diverse range of signage in a wide array of materials, giving you a professional, branded look to your reception.
The First Impression
Set the scene with elegant branded signage in your reception areas, everything from core branded signage, through to directional and informational signage is at your disposal to help create the right first impression to all that enter your premises.
Frequently, reception signage is completely bespoke to the individual needs of the client and the available interior space. DGM routinely work with shopfitters and interior designers to deliver a truly integrated signage experience that matches already developed design schemes and aesthetics. Our technical and production experience helps designers to realise their visions and create truly inspiring spaces for their clients.
When it comes to reception signage, there are many suitable applications however the most commonly used would be an acrylic panel with lettering in the company brand style. Acrylic panels are often backlit to give a pleasing glow effect - all of which makes for a compelling and cost effective reception sign.
Many effects can be achieved with an acrylic panel such as three dimensional lettering and frosting as well as vinyl graphics on the front or back surface. 3D letter forms and logo's with backlit LED lighting will get people looking twice.
Feel free to ask us any questions about signage or request a callback / quote.
How much does a reception sign typically cost?
It's hard to say as they come in all shapes, sizes and materials - however since reception signage is seen by all who enter your workplace, they represent a good investment since they are also built to last. Give us a call to discuss your reception requirements and ideas.
Where do you make your signs?
All of our signs are manufactured at our premises in Slacks Creek, Brisbane. Any imported products used in the assembly process are checked and we take pride in the quality of our workmanship and the quality of materials used in every signage project.
How long does it take to make a sign?
Once your artwork has been approved , signs typically take between 1-2 weeks with lead times varying depending on the complexity, quantity and materials used in your sign.