Signage

 

ICC BANNERS AND DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE

 

Integrated Care Communities in Moreno Valley, California, has provided valuable healthcare and educational services to the community for almost 15 years. Part of the original concept was to keep a low-key public image for the sake of maintaining a home-like environment. That was fine, but fast forward 15 years and the business has grown, so has the neighborhood.

Time to improve their entrance signage, promotional banners and directional signs. Good design pays off – kudos to everyone involved. The project’s a hit.

Xeno design has done it again for Integrated Care Communities.

I communicated a rough vision to Chris and Patti of what I’d like to see in terms of a graphic description of services offered and even threw out a couple of half baked ideas for making it happen. That’s when Xeno stepped in, clarified my vision and designed beautiful, portrait-like banners that run the length of our business frontage. We’re very pleased!PHILLIP SAUCEDO, BOARD PRESIDENT AND CFO, INTEGRATED CARE COMMUNITIES, MORENO VALLEY, CA

JAN PETERSON CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER | NASON ST. SIGNAGE

 

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As our landscaping matured, we found that our Jan Peterson Child Development Center was no longer visible from the most heavily trafficked street near our center. It was suggested by one our teachers that we put some type of signage fronting the main street. I presented Chris Garland of Xeno Design with quite a challenge given the mature landscaping and limited area for staking typical signage. In classic Xeno style Chris responded with a whimsical play on our corporate logo and designed several uniquely shaped and colorful signs which combine to point prospective visitors to our center’s somewhat hidden location. The signs are beautiful, functional and unique.

Xeno does it again.PHILLIP SAUCEDO, ICC & JAN PETERSON CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, MORENO VALLEY, CA

OUT OF THE FIRE

 

Event branding and signage design for OUT OF THE FIRE: an exhibition of sculpture by Mary Anne Turley-Emett and jewelry design by Barbara Natoli Witt. Both artists use high temperatures in the process of creating their work.

Location: Walter N. Marks Center for the Arts, College of the Desert, Palm Desert, California – March 2009