Mammography Educators Signage For Branding

Mammography Educators Signage For Branding

We can produce a wide range of signage solutions for you. Not only can we print signage, we can also produce table covers and trade show banners as well. In fact, why not order customized business cards, branded pens, and pamphlets, too? There is nothing we can’t do for you, whether it’s a single sticker or two dozen banners. Better yet, we can work to tight timelines, too. So, if you have a last minute event or someone has let you down, we are happy to stand in and assist you in the creation of amazing signage. In this case, we produced a trade show banner and table covers for our client. A client who provides a valuable service to better health services in North America.

Education For Professionals

Education For Professionals signage

Even when it’s a routine procedure, there is a lot of anxiety and stress surrounding medical procedures. Mammograms are no different – it’s an uncomfortable process for the patient and there’s a stress that is difficult to relive. What Mammography Educators does is provide hands-on training for technologists. The trainers will come to you directly to your site and assist technologists in getting the positioning right. In addition, they offer assistance with image quality, preparing for inspections, and accreditation. Their services don’t stop there, though. They are available to lead conferences in both the United States and Canada. They also offer initial mammography training in the state of California.

Why? It’s all about inspiring specialists in the breast imaging industry to increase the standards, which in turn, will contribute to earlier detection of breast cancer. The business was founded in 2013 by Louise Miller and Amy Chatten. They offer three key services: conferences, consulting, and training. In addition, they work to develop educational products that support both their vision and mission. When it comes to position training, the focus is on helping understand the technician how and why the position matters. The training includes a workshop and one-on-one practice hands-on. We are proud to work with such an incredible company.

Signage For Branding & Education

Often, we underestimate the power of signage. It’s an amazing tool for branding and advertising, that goes without question. What business would be complete without a sign on its storefront? How could anyone let customers know about a new product or service without a sign? It would be impossible to know if an item was on sale without a sign that alerts you to the bargain. Moreover, how on earth would anyone know where to find a product without hanging signs to direct them? These are just the typical uses for signage that we think of. Of course, there’s also the use of signage in the food industry – from the exterior branding to the interior and menus. How would anyone know what you sell if you don’t tell them?

The use of signage doesn’t stop there, though. At its foundation, the job that signage does is inform. It really doesn’t matter whether you plan to use it to brand, advertise or promote – its sole purpose is still to inform. Which means that it can be used to educate in addition to the three main purposes we think of for it. So, think about that when you design your signage materials. If you are trying to educate people on a subject, then you may want to veer into pamphlets and brochures.

Introducing Key Pieces of Information in a banner

However, you can absolutely spark an interest in the subject by introducing key pieces of information in a banner, A-frame sign, or a poster. When it comes to getting your sign design right, there are a few key tips we want to offer you. For the purposes of education, bullet points are the way to go. It’s important to provide bite-sized pieces of information that are easy to digest.

No one wants to stand around and read a large block of text, so make it easy to read and keep it snappy. So, consider the most important pieces of information that you want to get across (or those that will pique interest) and condense it into 3-5 one sentence bullet points. Make sure you go bold with your headline – it needs to be a phrase or word that will immediately grab the attention of anyone who stops at your display or even those who are walking by.

People won’t know what they’re missing unless you make sure they know who you are and what you’re offering. If you have signage designs in mind or would like a bit of guidance, get in touch with us to start your signage order.

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Brandon Stapper
Brandon Stapper is an entrepreneur and investor. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Nonstop Signs, an industry leading graphic design, print, and sign business with multiple locations throughout the United States. At 20 years old, with no formal education and only a few hundred dollars, Stapper turned a $400 custom decal machine in a garage into an international printing powerhouse focused on helping businesses improve their marketing and branding with everything from retail signage to packaging, to trade show displays.
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