Miller EG Design provides a vatiety of quality signage products.
LED Reader Board Signs
Also known as digital or electronic reader board signs and/or LED displays. Miller EG Design offers a wide array of LED reader board signs which allow clients to display variable messages along with dynamic graphics as well as full video.
Interior signs of all kinds, such as the example show below, are available from Miller EG Design. Whether you need a standard product that can be delivered quickly or a custom product designed to enhance your interior architecture, Miller EG Design offers almost limitless choices.
Exterior signs are a big decision for most companies. Illuminated or non-illuminated, standard or custom, size and shape, mounting or installation are just some of the options available. Miller EG Design provides products with all these options and can help guide you through the decision making process.
Choosing how a sign is lit is crucial to the visibility and impact of a sign. Many other aspects of a sign such as maintenance costs, durability, and readability are determined by how a sign is lit. Miller EG Design offers many types of lit signs including LED, Fluorescent, Moon, Incandescent and more.
ADA Compliant Signs
Raised letter, tactile signs with Braille are often required to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). However, these signs do not need to look institutional and bland. Let Miller EG Design show you some product options that keep your compliant while enhancing your interior architecture.
Construction projects often require temporary signs. Interior and exterior signs with high visibility and the power to communicate effectively need to be placed at key traffic points. Miller EG Design provides temporary signs as quickly as overnight with use timeframes from one day to several years.
"H" Signs are also known as "GUIDE SIGNS" by the Department of Transportation (DOT). Miller EG Design can plan and help your hospital implement these important signs. Our products meet the new reflectivity standards required in 2012.