Yearly Archives: 2011
If you’re planning to setup a new website and you have the time, this book is fantastic. Even if you have an existing site that you’d like to update it is well worth a read. It will cover… Continue reading
Tips & information on how much content to use
This information can be applied to signage, interpretive display panels and posters. For the purpose of this blog I’ll refer to them as signs.
I’ve broken the types of signs into… Continue reading
Specifications for high content signage
- Size: 1500mm x 1000mm = 1.5m2
- Word Count – 1900. Character Count – 12000
- Client: Kempsey Council
- Text content covers roughly 1/3 of the panel but it is at a very small point size. Main… Continue reading
Glenn Innes Land Council Signage
Design Brief – To create a series of interpretive signs for the Glenn Innes Aboriginal Land Council. The Willows has been with the Glen Innes Land Council since the early 1980s. The property name comes from… Continue reading
Production tips and information
I will be adding images and more information as it comes to light.
- Specify your dimensions – width x height
- Good proportions for a small freestanding sign are 600 x 300 mm
- Good proportions for… Continue reading
The most important thing is the length. D-zero-g with 20 full stops
is 95 times more secure than a complicated one that’s one character less in length (based on pure mathematical analysis of searching capabilities).
That’s a… Continue reading