Armsign Pty Ltd
- Digital displays & equipment
- Display systems
With a specialist design studio, interpretive consultants and an in-house manufacturing facility, we are dedicated to producing high quality signs and designs.
We are interpretive specialists. We don’t only design, produce and install custom structures and interactive displays, we work with councils, communities and national parks to create an experience that will tell the story of the region, explain the history of the area or encourage visitors to explore and engage with your region.
We value quality, which has led to our designs being trusted in coastal and outback regions all over the country, as well as being the go-to suppliers for councils, national parks and community groups Australia-wide.
Our qualified graphic designers draw inspiration from images, files and information supplied; and can consult with the community regarding placement, content and materials, as well as using interpretive writing to ensure that every word is captivating.
When creating your concepts, our designers will meet with the production team, seek advice from our onsite welders, printers, painters and brainstorm with the fabricators. The difference with working with Armsign versus a standalone design studio or dedicated manufacturer is the way our team works together – there can be significant savings in both cost and time to the customers who elect to award us both design and manufacture.
Coonmable Visitor Centre, NSW – ongoing project worth $200k designing and fitting out the new visitor information centre including audio, digital screens, interactive elements and local artefacts.
Manjimup PowerUp Museum, WA – design, manufacture and installation of the new Manjimup PowerUp Museum, incorporating large-scale equipment, wall panels, floor graphics, computerised lighting and touchscreen technology.
PL Travers Mary Poppins Storybank Museum, Maryborough, QLD – for nearly three years we designed, researched, completed copywriting, carried out community consultation, manufactured and installed the brand new Storybank Museum. From rare artefacts and cartoon graphics, through to interactive wall games, shadow puppet rooms and even sensored audio.
Gwongarella Springbrook National Park, QLD – combining large printed panels with welcome structure and even hand-carved sculptures, this outdoor exhibition was the perfect conclusion to the Parks refurbishment works. Intricately including butterflies, water dragons and local fauna.
Byron Bay Outdoor Walking Trail, NSW – incorporating local materials with wildlife and animals, the Byron Bay Walking Trail is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. With historical information panels, perfectly combined with fun elements for children.
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