Whilst designing signs on a computer system using the latest sign design software is an effective way to produce a plethora of business signage it must be noted that more traditional, hand painted signs still have a strong market appeal for certain applications. Having said that a very large proportion of businesses do benefit greatly from signs that can be designed using computer software, saved, edited and cut and printed on professional signage machinery. There are many advantages to this route of sign production. Feel free to visit their website at Brandon Sign Printing for more details.
A good example of a business which would benefit more from traditional signage might be a public house which might need a more natural, traditional look. On the other hand, a fleet a vans would be better with a vinyl wrap especially when the vehicles are on lease and the company returns them every 3 or so years for new ones. At this point, the vinyl simply be removed whereas if the signage had been painted on then a respray would have been required. Whereas the extra cost of hand painted signs for the pub can be justified because the sign would be expected to last quite a number of years.
So you can start to see the pros and cons of using different types of signage. With this in mind, I would always approach the signwriter who can either provide the type of sign that my business would benefit the most from. This way you can always be sure that you’re getting the right sign for your business. If you need some creative inspiration then don’t hesitate to contact a reputable sign company who will be more than happy to go through some design ideas with you about your business.