Just like road signs help you find your way by telling you what route you're on or what is coming up at the the next highway exit, wayfinding signage can help people navigate inside buildings they have never visited before.
As the company's only Solutions Analyst and resident engineer, I have the privilege to work on some very unique projects here at Suttle-Straus that require design and engineering in three dimensions. Each has brought their own challenges, and requires finding a solution that tackles as many of those challenges as possible.
A company history display is a helpful resource for onboarding new employees and showcasing your storied past to visitors and clients. Universities have long found them useful for prospective student tours, and their use has been adopted by the corporate world.
Thanking donors is one of the most important aspects of fundraising. Everyone appreciates a sincere thank you after giving a gift. Research has shown that donors who are thanked are more likely to give again in the future.
Letting a product "sell itself" is not an effective way of advertising. Product benefits can rarely be summed up on a package adequately, especially when they are competing for attention along with everything else on fully-stocked store shelves.
The pictures and displays on your office walls can make a statement about your company. What do you want to say to your employees and to those who visit you, including your customers, prospects, and suppliers? Here are seven different statements you can consider making with your office decor:
In today's job market, attracting and retaining employees is key to keeping your business running at its full potential. Since people spend the majority of their waking hours in the office, corporations are making it a priority to make their office spaces as welcoming and pleasant as possible for their staff and visiting guests. As you look to improve your office space, here are eight design trends to take advantage of: