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A project in which i had to design signages for my college.

A project in which i had to design signages for my college.

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    • IntroductionGraphic Design To Design Signage For SID, ground and 1st floor By : Gaurav Mangla
    • Signage is any kind of visual graphics created to displayinformation to a particular audience. This is typically manifested in theform of way finding information in places such as streets orinside/outside of buildings.Types of signage :Oil Stock sign - massive signage for Oil Stockage.Street signage - signs stamped out of metal with lettering embossed orprinted (or both).Neon signage- Electric lightingModular signage - A signage system that consists of pre designedelementary units.Custom-made signage - Signs that are built from scratch to suit aspecific requirement presented by a client or a specific project.MCFT (Modular Curved Frame Technology) — A contemporary fusionbetween custom-made signage and modular sign systems that featuresa curved profile.LED sign (light-emitting diodes technology) — LED lightingArchitectural Signage/Wayfinding Systems - A unified system of signsfor a single facility that aid in wayfinding and identification of specificdestinations within the facility. Signs include building and roomidentification signs, directional and informational signs and regulatorysigns. In the US, all such systems must comply with the ADA.Aircraft smoke-formed sign (Skywriting)Aircraft towed signBannerBillboardPainted-blimp signageComplex outdoor sign, neon and lettering
    • Complex outdoor sign, sheet metal with letteringDigital signage on LCD, Plasma, LED or similar forms of displayDistributor advertising sign, metal, letteredDistributor advertising sign, neonExterior wall sign, letteredHanging sign, letteredHanging sign, multi-listingInterior wall sign, letteredLettering on glassLettering on glass with goldleafLettering on vehicle side(s)Mural signNeon signOilcloth sign, lettered (similar to banner)Paper sign, letteredPlastic sign, letteredPlastic sign, engravedPosterPVC signProprietor signProprietor sign, hangingRooftop signSample signShowcard sign, letteredSilk screen processed signWall lettering sign
    • HistoryThe French enseigne indicates its essential connection with what isknown in English as a flag and in France banners not infrequently tookthe place of signs or sign boards in the Middle Ages. Signs, however, arebest known in the form of painted or carved advertisements for shops,inns, etc. They are one of various emblematic methods used from timeimmemorial for publicly calling attention to the place to which theyrefer.The ancient Egyptians and Romans were known to use signs. In ancientRome, signboards were usually made from stone or terracotta. andGreeks are known to have used signs, and many Roman examples arepreserved, among them the widely-recognized bush to indicate atavern, from which is derived the proverb "Good wine needs no bush".In some cases, such as the bush, or the three balls of pawnbrokers,certain signs became identified with certain trades and some of theselater evolved into trademarks. Other signs can be grouped according totheir various origins. Thus, at an early period the cross or other sign of areligious character was used to attract Christians, whereas the sign ofthe sun or the moon would serve the same purpose for pagans.In 1389 King Richard III of England compelled landlords to erect signsoutside their premises. The legislation stated "Whosoever shall brewale in the town with intention of selling it must hang out a sign,otherwise he shall forfeit his ale. This was in order make them easilyvisible to passing inspectors of the quality of the ale they provided(during this period, drinking water was not always good to drink and alewas the usual replacement). Later, the adaptation of the coats of armsor badges of noble families became common. These would bedescribed by the people without consideration of the language ofheraldry, and thus such signs as the Red Lion, the Green Dragon, etc.,have become familiar, especially as pub signs.
    • In large towns where many practiced the same trade, and especially, aswas often the case, where these congregated mainly in the same street,simple signs of a trade signs did not provide sufficient distinction. Thusa variety of devices came into existence; sometimes the trader used arebus on his own name (e.g. two cocks for the name of Cox);sometimes he adopted a figure of an animal or other object, or portraitof a well-known person, which he considered likely to attract attention.Other signs used the common association of two heterogeneousobjects, which (apart from those representing a rebus) were in somecases merely a whimsical combination, but in others arose from apopular misconception of the sign itself (e.g. the combination of the legand star may have originated in a representation of the insignia of thegarter), or from corruption in popular speech (e.g. the combinationgoat and compasses is said by some to be a corruption of Godencompasses).Whereas the use of signs was generally optional, publicans were on adifferent footing from other traders in this respect. As early as the 14thcentury there was a law in England compelling them to exhibit signs, forin 1393 the prosecution of a publican for not doing so is recorded. InFrance edicts were directed to the same end in 1567 and 1577.Since the object of sign boards was to attract the public, they wereoften of an elaborate character. Not only were the signs themselveslarge and sometimes of great artistic merit (especially in the 16th and17th centuries, when they reached their greatest vogue) but the postsor metal supports protruding from the houses over the street, fromwhich the signs were swung, were often elaborately worked, and manybeautiful examples of wrought-iron supports survive both in Englandand continental Europe.
    • The signs were a prominent feature of the streets of London at thisperiod. But here and in other large towns they became a danger and anuisance in the narrow ways. Already in 1669 a royal order had beendirected in France against the excessive size of sign boards and theirprojection too far over the streets. In Paris in 1761 and in London about1762-1773, laws were introduced which gradually compelled signboards to be removed or fixed flat against the wall.For the most part they only survived in connection with inns, for whichsome of the greatest artists of the time painted sign boards, usuallyrepresenting the name of the inn. With the gradual abolition of signboards, the numbering of houses began to be introduced in the early18th century in London. It had been attempted in Paris as early as1512, and had become almost universal by the close of the 18thcentury, though not enforced until 1805. Another important factor wasthat during the Middle Ages a large percentage of the population wouldhave been illiterate and so pictures were more useful than words as ameans of identifying a public house. For this reason there was often noreason to write the establishments name on the sign and inns openedwithout a formal written name—the name being derived later from theillustration on the public houses sign. In this sense, a pub sign can bethought of as an early example of visual branding.During the 19th century, some artists specialized in the painting ofsignboards, such as the Austro-Hungarian artist Demeter Laccataris.Pending this development, houses which carried on trade at night (e.g.coffee houses, brothels, etc.) had various specific arrangements oflights, and these still survive to some extent, as in the case of doctorsdispensaries and chemists shops.
    • Currently, with a 100+ year history, the best known sign in the world islocated at One Times Square, New York City and has been featured incountless movies and is the site for the famous New Years Eve balloon-drop ceremonies. The home of the modern news zipper. A coat of arms at Castle Borbeck The Saracens Head: a pub sign in Bath, England
    • Statutory signageIn signage a pictogram is the image used to convey the message of thesign. In statutory signage pictograms follow a very specific set of colour,shape and sizing rules. In UK and EU signs the width of a signspictogram is set at 80% the height of the area it is printed to. In the US,a pictogram that identifies a room or space (such as the genderpictogram on a restroom signs), must follow specific rules. Otherpictograms that must comply with rules are the four "Symbols ofAccessibility" specified in the ADA Accessibility Guidelines. See thearticle *ADA Signs.For example : On an A4 Portrait UK / EU statutory sign (210 x 297 mm)using 2/3s of its area to display the pictogram 210 w x 198 H (mm) and1/3 for its text display, the pictogram would be 158.4 mm wide. (80% of198 mm).In the US, the pictogram described above would have to be locatedwithin a 6-inch-high (150 mm) clear field, with raised characters andbraille located beneath the field.For a pictogram to work it must be instantly recognizable andunderstood by all. For this to work the image must be kept consistent.In its purest form a pictogram on a sign should be understood even ifthere is no text present. Following the standard color and shape rulesincrease the likelihood of a universally understood pictogram andtherefore sign.According to the book "Discovery-Based Retail," signage falls into threegroups: decorative, adding eye-pleasing color; informational; ordirectional, providing guidance.
    • Use of shapeSigns have very specific shapes. These shapes on signs send messagesto the audience and form a set of rules that should be followed whendeveloping signage. The particular shapes may vary among differentparts of the world.Rectangular signs are used to portray information to an audience. Thisis found in safe condition signs, public information signs, and fireequipment signs. These signs provide information to an audience. Theytell where something is, what something is, and similar information.In contrast, a circular sign is an instruction that must be followed. Boththe mandatory and the prohibition signs provide instructions thatcannot be ignored.Finally, there is the triangle or the warning sign. This is used to conveydanger. It can also provide information but its primary purpose it toquickly tell you to be aware and careful. Stop sign used in English-speaking countries.
    • Collection of Data 1. No Smoking Location : Outside Building Size : 40cm/15cm Colour : Red and White 2. Out of bound for students Location : Outside Building Size : 35cm/20cm Colour : Red and White 3. SID floors Location : Outside Building Size : 40cm/30cm Colour : Dark maroon and White 4. SIMC floors Location : Outside Building Size : 40cm/30cm Colour : Dark maroon and White
    • 5. Display ID cardLocation : Outside BuildingSize : 40cm/14cmColour : Dark gray and White 6. Campus Security Location : Outside Building Size : 40cm/20cm Colour : Black and White 7. Follow dress Code Location : Outside Building Size : 20cm/20cm Colour : Black and White8. Campus administratorLocation : Near campus administrators officeSize : 30cm/15cmColour : Black and silver
    • 9. Mobile on silentLocation : Near campus administrators officeSize : 20cm/25cmColour : Black, red and white10. Campus officeLocation : Near campus administrators officeSize : 10cm/10cmColour : Black and silver11. Project and estateLocation : Near campus administrators officeSize : 10cm/10cmColour : Black and silver
    • 12. Name of campus administratorLocation : outside campus administrators officeSize : 10cm/10cmColour : Black and white13. Notice board headingsLocation : outside college officeSize : 10cm/10cmColour : Blue and white14. AdministrationLocation : outside administration officeSize : 25cm/25cmColour : orange, white and blue
    • 15. Reception Location : near reception Size : 25cm/25cm Colour : black and white 16. Washroom Location : outside washroom Size : 25cm/12cm Colour : Blue and white17. His/herLocation : on the doors of washroomSize : 10cm/10cmColour : Red and white
    • 18. Director and Dy. DirectorLocation : outside Directors officeSize : 28cm/28cmColour : Black and silver19. Exhibition hallLocation : outside exhibition hallSize : 25cm/25cmColour : Black and white20. LibraryLocation : outside librarySize : 25cm/25cmColour : Black and white
    • 21. Do not leave your valuables Location : just inside library Size : 20cm/35cm Colour : Blue and white22. Photography of the dayLocation : near 1st floor stairsSize : 40cm/10cmColour : Dark maroon and white 23. Art of the day Location : mid-stairs of 1st floor Size : 40cm/10cm Colour : Dark maroon and white
    • 24. No cell phoneLocation : 1st floor on poleSize : 40cm/10cmColour : Red and white25. 2nd year product designLocation : outside PD 2nd year classSize : 25cm/25cmColour : Green, black and white26. Ladies restroomLocation : outside ladies rest roomSize : 25cm/25cmColour : Blue, black and white
    • 27. Faculty roomLocation : outside faculty roomSize : 25cm/25cmColour : Green, black and white28. #rd year animationLocation : outside 3rd year animation classSize : 25cm/25cmColour : Green, black and white29. 4th year animationLocation : outside 4th year animation classSize : 25cm/25cmColour : Green, black and white
    • 30. Drinking waterLocation : near 1st floor liftSize : 25cm/12cmColour : Blue and white 31. Placement cell Location : outside 4th year animation class Size : 25cm/15cm Colour : Dark pink and white 32. 4th year CD graphics Location : outside 4th year GD class Size : 25cm/25cm Colour : Green, black and white
    • 33. 3rd year CD graphicsLocation : outside 3rd year GD classSize : 25cm/25cmColour : : Green, black and white34. Head of DisciplinesLocation : outside head of disciplines officeSize : 25cm/25cmColour : : Green, black and white 35. 3D animation studio Location : outside 3D animation studio Size : 25cm/25cm Colour : : Blue, black and white
    • Concept Development1. No Smoking 2. Out of bound for studentsLocation : Outside Building Location : Outside BuildingSize : 40cm/15cm Size : 35cm/20cmColour : Red and White Colour : Red and WhiteMade up of fiber, with a no Made up of fiber, only text smoking symbol and text Font – impact boldFont – impact bold3. SID floors 4. SIMC floorsLocation : Outside Building Location : Outside BuildingSize : 40cm/30cm Size : 40cm/30cmColour : Dark maroon and White Colour : Dark maroon and WhiteMade up of fiber, only text Made up of fiber, only textFont – Times new roman bold Font – Times new roman bold5. Display ID card 6. Campus SecurityLocation : Outside Building Location : Outside BuildingSize : 40cm/14cm Size : 40cm/20cmColour : Dark gray and White Colour : Black and WhiteMade up of fiber, with a id card Made up of fiber, with a video symbol and text camera symbol and textFont – impact bold Font –Calibri bold
    • 7. Follow dress Code 8. Campus administrator Location : Outside Building Location : Near campus Size : 20cm/20cm administrators office Colour : Black and White Size : 30cm/15cm Made up of fiber, with a dress Colour : Black and silver symbol and text Made up of fiber, only text Font – impact bold Font – Times new roman bold 9. Mobile on silent 10. Campus office Location : Near campus Location : Near campus administrators office administrators office Size : 20cm/25cm Size : 10cm/10cm Colour : Black, red and white Colour : Black and silver Made up of fiber, with a mobile Made up of fiber, only text symbol and text Font – Times new roman bold Font – impact bold11. Project and estate 12. Name of campusLocation : Near campus administrator administrators office Location : outside campusSize : 10cm/10cm administrators officeColour : Black and silver Size : 10cm/10cmMade up of fiber, only text Colour : Black and whiteFont – Times new roman bold Made up of fiber, only text Font – Times new roman italic
    • 13. Notice board headings 14. AdministrationLocation : outside college office Location : outside administrationSize : 10cm/10cm officeColour : Blue and white Size : 25cm/25cmMade up of fiber, only text Colour : orange, white and blueFont – Calibri bold Made up of fiber, with a administration symbol and text Font – Times new roman bold15. Reception 16. WashroomLocation : near reception Location : outside washroomSize : 25cm/25cm Size : 25cm/12cmColour : black and white Colour : Blue and whiteMade up of fiber, with a Made up of fiber, only text reception symbol and text Font – Calibri boldFont – Times new roman bold 18. Director and Dy. Director17. His/her Location : outside DirectorsLocation : on the doors of office washroom Size : 28cm/28cmSize : 10cm/10cm Colour : Black and silverColour : Red and white Made up of fiber, only textMade up of fiber, with a his/her Font – Times new roman bold symbol italic
    • 19. Exhibition hall 20. LibraryLocation : outside exhibition hall Location : outside librarySize : 25cm/25cm Size : 25cm/25cmColour : Black and white Colour : Black and whiteMade up of fiber, with a Made up of fiber, with a book exhibition symbol and text symbol and textFont – Times new roman bold Font – Times new roman bold21. Do not leave your valuables 22. Photography of the dayLocation : just inside library Location : near 1st floor stairsSize : 20cm/35cm Size : 40cm/10cmColour : Blue and white Colour : Dark maroon and whiteMade up of fiber, only text Made up of fiber, with a cameraFont – impact bold symbol and text Font – Calibri bold italic 23. Art of the day 24. No cell phone Location : mid-stairs of 1st floor Location : 1st floor on pole Size : 40cm/10cm Size : 40cm/10cm Colour : Dark maroon and white Colour : Red and white Made up of fiber, only text Made up of fiber, with a cell Font – Calibri bold italic phone ban symbol and text Font – impact bold
    • 25. 2nd year product design 26. Ladies restroomLocation : outside PD 2nd year Location : outside ladies rest class roomSize : 25cm/25cm Size : 25cm/25cmColour : Green, black and white Colour : Blue, black and whiteMade up of fiber, with a product Made up of fiber, with a ladies design symbol and text symbol and textFont – Times new roman bold Font – Times new roman bold27. Faculty room 28. 3rd year animationLocation : outside faculty room Location : outside 3rd yearSize : 25cm/25cm animation classColour : Green, black and white Size : 25cm/25cmMade up of fiber, with a faculty Colour : Green, black and white symbol and text Made up of fiber, with aFont – Times new roman bold animation symbol and text Font – Times new roman bold 29. 4th year animation 30. Drinking water Location : outside 4th year Location : near 1st floor lift animation class Size : 25cm/12cm Size : 25cm/25cm Colour : Blue and white Colour : Green, black and white Made up of fiber, only text Made up of fiber, with a Font – Calibri bold animation symbol and text Font – Times new roman bold
    • 31. Placement cell 32. 4th year CD graphicsLocation : outside 4th year Location : outside 4th year GD animation class classSize : 25cm/15cm Size : 25cm/25cmColour : Dark pink and white Colour : Green, black and whiteMade up of fiber, only text Made up of fiber, with a graphicFont – Times new roman bold symbol and text Font – Times new roman bold33. 3rd year CD graphics 34. Head of DisciplinesLocation : outside 3rd year GD Location : outside head of class disciplines officeSize : 25cm/25cm Size : 25cm/25cmColour : Green, black and white Colour : Green, black and whiteMade up of fiber, with a graphic Made up of fiber, with a head symbol and text symbol and textFont – Times new roman bold Font – Times new roman bold 35. 3D animation studio Location : outside 3D animation studio Size : 25cm/25cm Colour : Blue, black and white Made up of fiber, with a studio symbol and text Font – Times new roman bold
    • Few Dummies No Smoking Display ID card while seeking entry
    • Campus Administrator Please keep mobile on silent mode Campus Office
    • General Instructions Administration WASHROOM ENTER
    • Library
    • Reception Drinking Water
    • FACULTY ROOM3D ANIMATION STUDIO
    • No Cell phones 3 CD GRAPHICSART OF THE DAY
    • 4ANIMATIONEXIT