Case Studies

Ronald McDonald House Peoria: Big Signs for Big Impact

Before you even step foot into the Ronald McDonald House, bold exterior signage serves as a beacon of hope. 18 foot tall illuminated cabinets with Flex Face Material stretched over an aluminum frame.

A Bea­con of Hope

Before you even step foot into the Ronald McDon­ald House, bold exte­ri­or sig­nage serves as a bea­con of hope. 18 foot tall illu­mi­nat­ed cab­i­nets with Flex Face Mate­r­i­al stretched over an alu­minum frame. Because of the size, Flex Face allowed for a seam­less design that looks great day or night and is incred­i­bly durable.

Sig­nage Helps with Com­mu­ni­ty Awareness

The vision for the exte­ri­or sig­nage was to empha­size the charity’s pres­ence. But as a non-prof­it, they also want­ed to keep the project on bud­get. To meet this goal, our team rec­om­mend­ed only illu­mi­nat­ing the logo sign and using alu­minum let­ters below the logo. This strat­e­gy saved on pro­duc­tion costs and elec­tri­cal instal­la­tion, and it allows the logo to shine bright as the focal point at night.

The sign team worked tire­less­ly to meet our dead­lines and expec­ta­tions! We are incred­i­bly appre­cia­tive and grate­ful for their team’s efforts in help­ing our Peo­ria Ronald McDon­ald House come to life through the col­or­ful, warm and cre­ative sig­nage dis­played through­out our program.”

Kel­ly Thomp­son, CEO

Want to learn more about the rest of the sig­nage on this project view the full case study from our part­ner here.