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Signs date back to when man discovered he could express himself through art. Signage evolved from simple cave art to more modern signage forms by the Greeks using stone or clay-based earthenware called terracotta. Traditional signage was mostly in pictures.

Maneuvering through any building can at times be a daunting task, especially when you are in a hurry, whether it is your first time in that building or your 100th time. Office door signs usually come in handy for businesses and for the individual looking to find a particular business’s offices. The most common door signage is placing the plaque on the outer part of the door. This is so that others can easily see it.

A door’s sign can depend on what message the owner wants to convey and in what manner or mood. It can be partial, friendly, warm, inviting, or authoritative (clearly instructing there is no way through). Personalized door signs are a direct reflection of someone’s personality. There are different shapes, designs, and types of texts used on the signs; for example, a dentist’s office can have the door as the shape of a tooth. This helps increase the overall customer experience while also enhancing the business brand.

Other than embellishing the door’s outer part, signs are used to show what services are offered before making your way into an office or a room or indicating the working hours. They help individuals relate to the business before even walking into it. Customized door signs are a go-to because they greet whoever comes at your door first before meeting you as they include all unique elements about the owner.

The most common materials used in making door signs are:
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
Aluminum Composite

The type of material to be used to make door signs depends on someone’s preference and taste. However, while the most common shape for door signs remains to be rectangular, it is not limited to that shape alone. Custom shapes are a viable option. There are different methods to fix door signs. They include:

Hanging- the traditional way of having a string at the back of a sign and suspending it from a piece of nail.

Adhesive tape- is a double-sided tape that sticks to the wall and the plaque.

Suction cups.

Screws- holding up the door sign using screws drilled into the door through the sign.

Sign holder- which is a placard that holds the sign in place by allowing it to slide in or out.

Whatever style or taste, there is no limitation to the ideals of having a customized door sign to fit your organization or house.