USS Albany Memorial Park Signage

On May 11th, 2024, a grand opening for the USS Albany Memorial Park took place in Rensselaer, New York. The purpose of this ceremony was to commemorate those who served on the USS Albany CA-123 over the years and to highlight the ship’s rich history.

Wayside Exhibit Project Completion at San Antonio National Historical Park

In 2019, Pannier was awarded the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park design/build project for wayside exhibits. It was an honor to be selected by the National Park Service to manage the task of revitalizing the park’s interpretive signage. From planning and design to fabrication and installation, we are proud to share that the wayside exhibits are ready for viewing.

5 Tips for Designing an Eye-Catching Sign

Let’s be honest, we have all been somewhere in public and have seen a sign that was missing key information or was lacking necessary visual elements to help attract you into reading what it said. According to the National Park Service, a sign has 3 seconds to hook a viewer, 30 seconds if they are hooked, and 3 minutes to keep the viewer engaged if they are very interested. If you are unable to captivate your audience within 3 seconds, your message will be lost. Read below to learn some tips about how you can create an appealing sign!