Posted on July 14, 2016

Communication is key and internal communication is as important as marketing communications. It is for this reason that we are so often approached to help businesses communicate their message and brand to their staff through wall graphics, images and glass etching.

A picture paints a thousand words

It is so important to send out the right message to your staff but also to anyone who might be inside your business; prospects, suppliers, industry leaders and so on.

You can convey your brands personality with the right artwork and wall graphics strategically placed around your workplace. It doesn’t always have to be your logo, slogan or mission statement on the wall in reception. We have created different environments with the effective use of wall graphics.

A great example of this is when we designed a montage for the entire wall of the Boardroom at Bombardier. The design was deliberately colourful, drawing the eye towards it which allowed anyone using the room to get a good understanding of what Bombardier stand for. We used the iconic images of their trains but also wanted to highlight the engineering knowledge and skill that is the driving force behind their success.

Using wall graphics in this way creatively shows who and what your business is without the need for writing it on the wall!

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More than a picture

Graphics are also a highly cost-effective way of refreshing or enhancing your office or workspace without the major expense of new furniture.

We often talk to our clients about the option of making the most of the assets they already have. 

We can design and apply graphics to glass, doors, windows, fabric partition screens and to retractable wall partitions. All of which have had the desired effect of refreshing and enhancing the workspace or office without the hassle and cost of a full refurbishment.


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