LSC Signage Committee

The Signage Committee Charge

  1. Considering how to best indicate where to locate meeting rooms for “day-of” events held in the building.
  2. Providing advertising options around the LSC in absence of places to hang posters.
  3. Creating alternatives to outdoor “A” frame signs that pose safety hazards.
  4. Creating suggestions and signage tools for LSC departments to use in order to keep the building looking clean and uncluttered.

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Why does signage matter?

Safety
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) states that all facilities must be made readily accessible to and useable by persons with disabilities.

Brand Building
Enhance and develop your department’s brand.
Ensure that the Lory Student Center is a pleasant place to be.
Build on CSU’s message of excellence.

Community
Keep the Lory Student Center inviting.
Easily convey messages by removing visual noise.

What makes for good and bad signage?

Attributes of Good Signage

  • Clean and simple design
  • Uncluttered
  • Understandable
  • ADA Compliant
  • Properly placed
  • Properly branded

Attributes of Bad Signage

  • Hand-written
  • Tape visible
  • Bright neon colors
  • Overcrowded
  • Messy and confusing
  • Non ADA Compliant

For more information on other advertising and signage opportunities within the student center, please follow the links below:

Advertise in the LSC
Signage Toolkits