Experiential Graphic Design


Identify, Direct and Inform, Creatively

Our Approach

We work with our Architecture and Interior Design teams to coordinate and implement creative signage design solutions that are appropriate and compatible with the design intent and use of the building and its surrounding environment. Typically, signage design services include analysis of and recommendations for wayfinding and signage solutions that define the scope of the signage needed to address ADA requirements, corporate or building branding standards and other design intent considerations to appropriately integrate the signage solution into the overall project.

What to Expect

Our signage design packages most often include building marquees and monumental signage, exterior pedestrian and vehicular wayfinding signage, interior room signage, wayfinding and exiting signage and retail signage standards. Signage for most projects can be divided into three phases: ADA Compliance and Needs Analysis / Design Intent Documentation, Bid Management / Review of Submittals, and Field Verification for conformance with the Contract Documents.

Industry Leadership

We are actively engaged in our design community including contributing in leadership roles in SEGD. Our Associate, responsible for Signage Design, Stephen Dubberly, is the Co-Chair of the Atlanta Chapter of SEGD.

Experiential Graphic Design Markets

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When creating an effective signage package that informs, describes and directs, we rely on our in depth analysis of how people move throughout a space to best solve signage and wayfinding issues BEFORE they arise.


The enhanced coordination we provide through our multidisciplinary approach leads to more cohesive design solutions, notably the seamless incorporation of our signage aesthetics into our architectural and interior design projects.

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I highly recommend the Graphic Design Services of SRSSA for any project that requires high quality design, attention to detail and a successful end product.


Tom Linder, Developer