Wayfinding

PSCO offers essential wayfinding signage and directories for educational, healthcare, or corporate-based environments.

PSCO successfully addresses complex wayfinding needs while following local codes & ADA compliant requirements.

Wayfinding is a particular family of interior and exterior signage designed to point the way; communicate critical safety information; help users orient themselves and aid navigation in a physical environment. Using text, graphics, and tactile signage, wayfinding can be used to label landmarks and locations, map a route, and even identify potential dangers.

Philadelphia Sign provides a complete wayfinding solution package that can adhere to your brand identity as well as serve purpose throughout your facility to provide your visitors with the know-how as they travel to their destination. 

PSCO K-Line Wayfinging Product line
GSA contract Holder for K-Line Series Signs

The PSCO team develops a sign portfolio unique to your environment. You are guided throughout the process by our expert wayfinding planners and project managers to keep to schedule for implementation of your wayfinding solution.

Our belief is that wayfinding should serve a dual purpose: to provide directional information while reinforcing your brand image through the design aesthetic.  PSCO has a team of experts with decades of experience incorporating and perfecting the wayfinding solution specific to your location.

Our Wayfinding Process

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