HighTech Looking Door Signs – Radius Product Development

We live in the Silicon Valley. So you expect to see high-tech stuff all around. Occasionally that also means high-tech looking signs. We recently produced some attractive looking door signs for Radius Product Development. We blended the lettering and the background to achieve the desired look. The scope included custom fabricated dimensional lettering and a painted rowmark  substrate. Here are …

Practical Signs – Auto Repair Shop

Sometimes a business needs simple practical or functional signs that serve a specific purpose for their clients. You don’t need colorful or extravagant signs when all you need to do is to inform your customers where to go or where certain things are. Case and point, Precision Auto and Tune Repair shop. They needed their drive bays identified with the …

AIG Financial – Small Office Lobby Sign

Small cozy offices can benefit from high quality signs too. Brushed or mirrored finished sign lettering extenuates most types of offices. Here is an example of a letter sign we just completed for AIG Financial here in the south bay. This client had a bilingual sign. Any type of font or graphic can be produced using today’s CNC router technologies. …

JDSU Splits – Lumentum Sign Project

We had talked about JDSU, a staple in the high-tech Silicon Valley splitting into two companies. Viavi and Lumentum. We discussed the project for Viavi in a previous post. The bigger portion of this split (in terms of locations and signage) was Lumentum. Again we were there with our client as one element of their transition from early on. The …

intersect ENT – New Signs for New Location

One of the good things about a company growing is that they need to expand their facilities. That generally means more office space and perhaps a move to a larger building. This is always good news for companies such as Signs Unlimited that are part of these transitions. Intersect ENT had grown so they expanded their footprint within the same …

New Quicksliver Factory Store – Signs

When national retail companies open local stores, they need to work with various contractors to build out their stores and get ready for the grand opening. As part of this process they will of course need signs in accordance with their corporate style guide. Working with their national representatives, here is one of the recent projects in a Bay Area …

New Monument Sign Upgrade – OnanOn and ePlus Tech

Sometimes the only way to show how something has improved is to see what it looked like before. Here is an example of a monument upgrade that resulted in a much more visible logo and recognition for both companies. The project involved building a new aluminum cabinet for the existing brick base and to fabricate several types of dimensional graphics …

Cupertino Quinlan Community Center – New Sign

The Quinlan Multipurpose Community Center in Cupertino needed more visibility beyond their monument sign. The building itself did not have any signs. Here is where Signs Unlimited came in. We met with the city personnel and went through various options for dimensional letter signs. After some design and sample material reviews,  the city zeroed in on what they liked. Once …

Law Offices – A New Monument Sign

Certain businesses are a shoo-in for more traditional looking signs.  Take law firms. For most of them, a non-illuminated sign with classical lettering would be ideal to attract new clients. We had been working with Finwall Law for a while. They finally pulled the trigger and asked us for the design, fabrication, and installation of a new sign for their …