Maximizing Impact: How Round Rock Library Used Signage to Create a Memorable First Impression
Round Rock Public Library - Round Rock, Texas
This case study delves into the importance of a library's first impression on visitors, and how the Round Rock Library utilized modern signage to make an impact. With the help of Ezzi Signs, the library was able to create a cohesive and eye-catching sign system that guided visitors through the building and created a memorable experience.
By strategically placing signage in key locations, such as the entrance and information desk, the library was able to effectively communicate with visitors and make them feel welcome. The success of the signage overhaul was evident in the increased foot traffic and positive feedback from patrons. The Round Rock Library's story demonstrates the power of signage in creating a positive first impression and enhancing the visitor experience.
The Round Rock Public Library recently moved into a new modern building, which required a new sign package. Ezzi Signs was hired to create a modern sign package that included exterior signage, interior signage, ADA signs, parking garage signs, and large exterior illuminated entrance letters that were sturdy enough to be climbed on. The goal was to create a cohesive and eye-catching sign system that would guide visitors throughout the library and enhance the overall user experience.
The biggest challenge faced by us was to build the large exterior illuminated entrance letters that were not only visible from a distance but also sturdy enough for children to climb on. Additionally, the sign package needed to complement the modern architecture of the newly built library while also meeting the requirements of ADA regulations. We had to take into account all of these factors while creating a sign package that would fulfill the needs of the library.
Ezzi Signs manufactured a comprehensive sign package that included exterior signage, interior signage, ADA signs, parking garage signs, and large exterior illuminated entrance letters that were not only visible from a distance but also sturdy enough for children to climb on. The exterior signage included monument signs at the entrance and directional signs around the building. The interior signage included wayfinding signs, directory signs, and informational signs throughout the library.
To meet the requirements of the ADA, the sign company designed ADA-compliant signs that included tactile lettering and braille. The parking garage signs included directional signs, level indicators, and reserved parking signs.