from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Signs considered as a group.
- n. The design or use of signs and symbols.
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- n. Signs taken collectively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. signs collectively (especially commercial signs or posters)
Some of the signage is a bit strangely done, with grey lettering on beige cloth that's virtually impossible to read, but other than that it's crammed to the gills with rich information, cunningly narrativized and soundscaped by audio artists.
I thought it was a joke, but apparently all the signage is already being changed.
All the Northwest/KLM signage is changing this week to Delta, in airports and on planes, everything.
Location-based mobile integrated with digital signage is expected to be standard on 40% of digital-out-of-home screens by 2012. 6
If that were not bad enough, it turns out that the signage is so complicated that the airline employees whose job is to direct passengers to their flights do not even know where many places are or how to explain how to get there.
But pleasure can be had nearly as much in shopping as eating and Montgomery Place, with its brightly crafted wall paintings and colorful signage is an example of how value can be added to the process for the consumer.
And if signage is any indicator, supporters were overwhelmingly in favor of the public option.
Was in Koreatown last night and the red-and-white building wrap/signage is still up around the space at 32nd and 5th.
We were set up in the cook book section, (none of us wrote a cookbook, all fiction writers) and they moved the signage from the front of the store to where we were seated.
I found that it was the Botanički Vrt, or the Botanical Gardens, a largely futile exercise in signage, as it is crumbling and seems to have very little in the way of exotic plants.