Interpretive (Informational or Educational) Signs are used to allow people to read or see information about places of interest. They may be narratives, maps, diagrams or other formats. Uses include scientific concept explanations, historical and/or cultural information, maps/directions, company policy statements/examples, teaching a classroom lesson, and manufacturing process clarifications. They can be geared toward tourists to historical sites, visitors to a manufacturing plant, school children and many others.
One of the advantages of Interpretive Signs is that they can stand alone – people can read the information 24 hours per day/7 days per week without having someone to attend them.
Summer at the Beach - History of George Washington Carver Park
Trail Map - Directional Sign
School Learning Garden Educational Signs - each sign helps with a lesson
Church Vision/Mission Informational Signs with Examples
George Washington Carver Park - Civil Rights History Sign
Manufacturing Plant Layout Map
Apartment Community Map Informational Sign
United States Navy Chain of Command Informational Sign
Church Mission Informational Sign with Examples