Signage expert Stocksigns Ltd. has launched a new ‘Create Your Own Sign’ application on its website. The new feature allows customers to quickly make tailor-made adjustments to a wide range of standard health and safety signs or create bespoke signs using a variety of text and images – custom signage made easy.



With the easy-to-use web-based plug-in, users can customise a wide range of standard health and safety signs from four signage categories – . After selecting a sign to customise, users can then click on the simple drop-down menu to select both the material and size required. Material options available include aluminium composite material (ACM), 1mm rigid plastic, 22swg (0.75mm) aluminium and self-adhesive vinyl.

Next, a mock-up generator will display the chosen sign and allow customers to add their own text and select from a range of standard health and safety symbols. Once satisfied with their design, users can simply add it to their basket and check out as usual.

Furthermore, Stocksigns also offers a unique ‘Design a Sign’ category allowing customers to create their own bespoke sign. Users can upload their own image or choose from a catalogue of existing symbols before adding the required text.

 Danny Adamson, Managing Director at Stocksigns commented: “We have always provided a bespoke signage service at Stocksigns via our team of in-house experts; however, with this new easy to navigate plug-in, customers can tweak or customise our signage range and play around with the design options themselves.

“We also wanted to provide a start from scratch option for customers who have an individual design in mind. Again, this gives them the flexibility of trialling options and saving designs for future use. Of course, our signage experts are still always available to provide assistance with a design or create the customisation on a customer’s behalf, especially if the amends required are more significant.”



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