Signarama Case Studies
There are many reasons and benefits to rebranding and no two projects are ever the same. But two things that remain the same is the commitment to quality and consistency—to communicate a new look or direction without alienating or confusing new or existing clients.
Travelling for work is always a challenge, but when it's a 5-hour ride to install a heap of signs, careful planning, and an even head are needed for success. Our latest case study tells how one Signarama store excelled at presenting just that......
With all the signage options available today, from magnetic signage to 3D lettering, the demand for signwriting is not as popular as it once was. However, Signarama recognise the importance looking at each job on its merits and recommending the right solution, which in this case was old school signwriting.....
Signarama was recently tasked with producing and installing some large scale building signage in a difficult to reach spot. The brief; high level of visibility day and night. The solution; Illuminated signage on a custom built suspension system.....
Signarama recently worked with The Helicopter Group to rebrand some highly specialised vehicles... Plus the materials used had to be durable enough to withstand the harsh Central Australian sun! ....read more
Dulce Luna is not your average bakery, owner Gus Mendez has traveled to the finest patisseries and viennoiseries in the world in search of something special. “We have developed a unique product with influences from many parts of the world” says Gus and he has succeeded, with very few bakeries in Sydney being able to match the selection and quality Dulce Luna offers. This space needed one of a kind signage and decor that transports customers to the finest European patisseries without leaving Sydney. Who is craving some patisseries after reading that? ..... read more
Lanier Australia is definitely on top when it comes to branding. SIGNARAMA being the leading signage company across Australia was given the opportunity to create simple and yet cost-effective signage that made Lanier's new office look even more smarter at work. ..... read more
Planning the signage for a new store is always a treat (and a challenge!). Check out how SAR-Albury owner Andrew Reid utilised his own experience as a new business owner to design a stunning storefront for Furniture One’s brand new location in his town..... read more
With over 250,000 people visiting the Frankston Arts Centre each year. Signarama has the opportunity to create something special with a that is now proudly on display and adding a splash of colour to the Centre’s foyer. ..... read more
Pastacup recently celebrated the opening of their twelfth store in Australia. Signarama created the signage for the entire store. This particular store was an older style, free-standing building. This meant taking advantage of all external walls including some traditional 'sign writing'. ..... read more
Harvey Norman Commercial W.A. supplies kitchen, bathroom items including home automation, hot water & air conditioning systems for commercial projects to builders, developers and architects. But they were finding that the previous signage they had didn’t have the effect they wanted. It wasn’t prominent and visible enough from the street so they decided to make the investment in some new signage.
The team at Signarama put together a solution that to make the most of the entire building frontage. The before and after images tells a great story. ..... read more