At this year’s 100% Design (17-20 September 2014, Earls Court, London), architectural signs specialist Signbox – stand O260 – will be showcasing a diverse range of workplace signage and graphic solutions that enable interior designers, architects and brand specialists to create inspirational working environments that are both functionary and visually appealing.
Visitors will see a range of high quality and innovative signage solutions that can underpin timeless and productivity-inducing office fit-outs that stylishly communicate a brand’s message and values. It includes high quality printed wall graphics, optically-clear glass manifestation, brand/corporate signage, soft signage, bespoke wall fabrication and interactive smart signage.
One popular interactive sign application is StepJockey, a Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled solution that helps businesses to rate their stairs for calorie burning. Launched at last year’s 100% Design, StepJockey has already been installed at over 3000 sites as customers recognise the platform’s capability to create a healthier workplace, with the NFC capability allowing employees to engage with the initiative via their smartphone.
Also on show will be AskCody®, a modular and scalable digital concept for large buildings and campuses where wayfinding and efficiency is important. Bridging the gap between conventional static signage, and dynamic digital wayfinding and information technology, the solution combines smartphone guidance, directory signage, a virtual receptionist, interactive kiosks, dynamic maps, visitor management and meeting room signage with intelligent room booking and facility management to revolutionise the way employees and visitors interact with any site or location.
Mark Bartlett, Managing Director of Signbox, says:
“Signbox is the go-to company for architects and interior designers in the office sector. We understand the multi-faceted nature of the office environment, working closely with our clients in the sector to create bespoke signage solutions for exacting briefs. We look forward to speaking to visitors at 100% Design about how we can help them execute their designs in creative ways.”