A strong partner in design facilitation can provide feedback on the best approaches to an early concept and provide advice for balancing budget and quality requirement.
IDS is a big champion of design guidelines that can guide the sign development process from initial fabrication and installation through multiple changes and expansions.
IDS has been involved with park sign programs, working with designers and planners, and have struck on a few major areas that communities should seriously consider when investing.
IDS has built its entire philosophy and business structure around changeability in signs. From our modular products to our documentation methodologies, change plays a central role in what we do.
Our planning and design process is built under the certainty that a hospital wayfinding program must survive a generation of changes while maintaining consistency and usability. Learn more about each step.
Non-essential businesses will soon be opening their doors and many are focusing their efforts on how they can safely bring their employees back. IDS has been working with several companies to develop a COVID-19 reopening strategy based on leading practices being employed around the world.
One unsung but important part of any wayfinding signage project is consistency. People tend to view signs as part of a larger experience and respond negatively to elements that are out of place.
IDS employs a three-part process that unlocks the value in fabrication that make high quality elements at the most competitive price possible.
Check out IDS' 9 Tips for Better Patient Communication and learn how you can enhance patient satisfaction through the use of our line of Communication Boards.
Abstracted and sliced into shifting vertical strips, the graphic elements of the display’s centerpiece create the illusion of movement in delightful, surprising ways.