Definition of signage
: signs (as of identification, warning, or direction) or a system of such signs
Examples of signage in a Sentence
Recent airport improvements include more lighting and better signage.
Recent Examples of signage from the Web
Day is hyperfocused on the city’s physical appearance, particularly its branding and signage, but also its benches, planters and trash cans, which are not uniform at present and clearly bother the mayor’s design sense.
Similar signage will be posted on the north end of the Fox River Trail, McLaughlin said.
Ms. Cohen, who died last fall, was a prolific designer whose vast portfolio included signage for the celebrated Seagram Building in Manhattan, commissioned by Philip Johnson.
From the signage to the gas stationesque overhang, the new structure will refer to the past.
His portfolio includes exterior signage for Goose Island Beer Co., mural work at Wrigley Field and the signs rising above the Lincoln Park area on Hotel Lincoln.
In addition to the Beach House, the renovations include the new Centennial Plaza in front of the building, new signage, the traffic roundabout and grounds improvements.
As the silver anniversary is celebrated, new signage was put up on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Cool names (such as X-Ray Carrots or Turbo Tomatoes) and attractive signage have also been shown to entice more elementary-school students to eat vegetables, according to Cornell researchers.
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First Known Use of signage
SIGNAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of signage for English Language Learners
: signs or a system of signs used to show information about something (such as a business or a road)
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