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
The nursery has a new scaffolding-style structure above it with larger signage near the top.
The samples are sent to a lab and depending on the results, the city’s parks department then makes recommendations about signage.
The $2,415 season package includes the 10x10 tent, a six-foot table, white linens, six tailgating chairs, personalized signage and the set-up/clean-up services.
The Good Sort elevates standard-issue Instagram-friendly style (neon signage, succulents, and a comically handsome Australian barista).
The Church of Type is plastered floor to ceiling with posters, handbills, and signage—some for corporate clients such as MTV, Ralph Lauren’s Double RL, and Mattel Toys, while others are original art pieces by Bradley.
The closures will begin on Friday at 9 p.m., when the bridge will be down to one lane as construction crews set up barriers and signage, representatives from KYTC said at a news conference Monday.
The law, which will come up for a final vote later this month, also limits signage and advertising.
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.
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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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