Have you ever heard: “You never get a second chance to make a first impression”? What is the ‘impression’ someone gets when they walk into your space? What do they see? Trust me, if there is nothing on the wall to confirm that they are in the correct place, they’ll walk out; probably check the room number, address and may walk back in. Or not.
Oh, you have a receptionist says you. Is he/she always there? No. But your sign will always be there. First impressions can make or break a business, and a positive experience can create long-lasting relationships. This starts with a proper lobby sign.
Making a good first impression is particularly important when it comes to meeting customers, pitching potential clients, or interviewing job candidates. Your lobby – the place where people are greeted and/or waiting to be greeted – is where people will begin to form an impression of you and the services you offer.
Let’s make a positive first impression with a proper lobby sign. Proper meaning the sign that fits your business, your budget, your brand. Try not to be too ‘cheap’ though. Looks matter; maybe they shouldn’t in a perfect world, maybe we shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover, be we do! So put your best foot forward with a nice-looking lobby sign that helps you sell your brand, products and services.
Typically, most lobby signs are a 3-D representation of your logo. The mark of a creative sign company is to enable the lobby sign to reflect the character and personality of the company. That is achieve after consideration of the materials used in the fabrication process.
You can order lobby signs from just about anywhere, but collaborating with a professional Graphic Designers is always best solution. KORT Sign Design can help you create an interior lobby sign using dimensional letters, shapes and materials. In fact, we offer a variety of materials such as wood, plastic, foam and aluminum; plus, we have the capability to make these in-house using our CNC Router table.
Request a quote for all your interior signs by calling us at 763-432-7630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.