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From interior wayfinding signage at hospitals to informational kiosks outside your building, visitors count on these signs to find what they need. Indoor or outdoor, we can help with a variety of signs to achieve your directional goals.
Our team recent completed an environmental branding project with Y.O.U. (Youth Opportunity United) including digitally printed wayfinding. Read the case study in our client portfolio. At times, our projects make their way into the publications that cover the wide format industry.
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“We have worked with Cushing on a number of projects, including directional signage in our building. Their team is helpful and great to work with!”
Interior wayfinding can be colorful, and installed on the walls. In this example from the Chicago Literacy Alliance, the directional signage has been printed and installed on the stairwell walls.
We can help with ADA compliant wayfinding signs and more. When you look closer you’ll see:
Raised letter and braille included in the wayfinding sign. We can consult on the right solution.
Here in Chicago, wayfinding signage is common throughout the metro area and in commercial buildings. In fact, you probably don’t think twice about it. We can customize wayfinding signage to ensure your image is consistent throughout your hotel, college campus or healthcare institution. Our team can assist with wayfinding in existing buildings or throughout your design and build phases.
“Cushing has always pulled through for us when we needed it the most. From the mass amounts of directional signage needed when the Blackhawks were in the Stanley Cup to more recent events like NHL Fan Fair. The quality of the product has great and we would definitely recommend their services.”
Navigating a healthcare institution can be daunting; directional signs make it easy to find the cafeteria, gift shop, and patient rooms.
Help workers find what they need and aware of dangerous areas. Visitor access, interior signs for subcontractors, hard hat areas, should all be printed on reflective tape when construction is underway and electrical wiring is not yet installed.
Universities and Schools
Turn a maze of classrooms into a very easy to access set of rooms. Include safety signs, access to emergency care access or the Dean’s office. Some schools have several gyms and host sports tournaments every weekend. Add school spirit to that directional signage while you direct them to the hot dog stand.
Hospitality and Dining
Help your patrons easily find restrooms or private dining areas. What hotel doesn’t have multiple meeting rooms named after past presidents or classic local landmarks?
An exciting new tool very popular in the world of retail, commercial; even for healthcare and education. Consider no skid lamination and the many ways you can add useful directional signs where hallways need to be clear and free of obstruction (or when a room is so wide that a sign cannot plausibly hang on a wall.) Ideal for shopping malls, schools, industrial warehouses or hospitals.
Hospital Emergency Room
When it is a critical situation, your patients will thank you for making it easy to find these services.
Cities and Parks
Post trivia about your metropolitan area, use directional signage to point to cultural institutions or draw attention to landmarks.
Commercial Real Estate Solutions
Have available space for lease or sale? Guide your prospect to find out more. Statistics show that a large fraction of people use external signage as their number one method for seeking rental property, in the neighborhood they have already chosen.
Visitor parking arrows, access to job trailers, hard hat areas, should all be printed on reflective tape for the shorter days of winter.
This may not be indoor directional signage but can help guests and visitors in large offices. As people walk through a larger office, they may have a room number and not much else.
Consider individual office signs and placards (such as the one pictured) to help people navigate your space.