The sign should also be placed in a location with maximum exposure to the target audience.
The sign should be organized in a manner that readily conveys its intended message. Readable signs and graphics have key words and phrases that are emphasized with larger letters, bolder typestyles and additional colors. Ideas should be grouped logically and separated by layout and spacing. Graphic elements, especially digital color graphics, can greatly enhance the speed and thoroughness of communications.
The sign should be legible and the typestyle selection is critical to the effectiveness of a sign. Sign legibility depends on the proper font to convey the desired image without sacrificing the ability to distinguish individual letters. Many script and specialty typestyles are difficult to read, especially over greater viewing distances.
Color Combination Effects:
The sign should incorporate some design elements that will help it stand out conspicuously in the landscape. Color contrast, changeable components and uniqueness of design can serve to make a sign more noticeable.
Where weak color contrasts exist, distinctions can be strengthened with an outline or drop shadow.
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