We build and install Custom Electric and non illuminated signs. Some common Illumination methods include the use of LEDs, Neon, High Output Floresent, and Metal Halid lighting. Types of signs include Remote and Raceway Mounted Channel Letters and Logos, Standard and Custom cabinets, Carved & Blasted HDU, Edge Lit Acrylic, Stacked and Layered Acrylic,
Effective Signage demands effective design!
Because signs communicate information and imagery through graphic presentation of words, symbols, and shapes, proper design makes a big difference. Avaira Signs understands the complex interplay of both the physical and psychological aspects of signage and is equipped to produce maximum communication for minimum expenditure. Generally speaking, effective signage should be readable, attractive, and easily distinguished from other elements in the landscape. One of the most important elements in a good sign is brevity! Signs work best when they work fast: and crisp, concise messages elicit optimum readership.
In today’s world of technology, computers and software are a critical part of any companies, capabilities, efficiency and success. For this very reason Avaira Signs has invested in many of today’s leading engineering, and graphic design, software programs. Enabling us to provide our customers with unique and innovative designs. And it allows us to except artwork in an array of formats, from customers that are supplying artwork.
We employ the use of the UNITED STATES SIGN COUNCIL standards within our sign designs. These standards are based on extensive scientific research covering Size, Legibility, Sign Height, Impact of Color and Illumination, Font styles and negative space along with the many other aspect of proper sign design.
There are many factors that need to be considered when designing the proper logo for your business. All to often logos are designed that may look great in color, but when printed in black & white for stationary all the elements blend together. Another common mistake is incorporating a image or shape that is proportionally much larger than the lettering. This may be fine for large corporations with the resources to promote their logo, everybody may recognize the golden arches of McDonalds, now imagine a small business operating on a limited budget trying to be identified by a particular shape, as a rule, images used within a small business logo should not cover more than 1/3 of the surface area the entire logo covers unless the name is inlayed.