Early childhood, primary, secondary and most tertiary providers value clever & sustainable signage. Effective execution of their individual brand identities, communication of activities, with the correct aesthetic styling requires a system that is sustainable, cost-effective and more importantly looks the part. With all this in mind, the best option is clearly OneFrame fabric signage & lightboxes.
With a wide range of applications coupled with the green attributes, Oneframe fabric printed signage is the ideal choice for those in the education sector. Applications include clever custom printed acoustic panels / wall coverings in classrooms and lecture halls for noise reduction through to directional signage, corporate identity, recruitment messaging, internal communication and campaign activity. All created with high-quality dye sublimation printed custom graphics on quick-change fabric skins.
OneFrame fabric signage solutions are also multi-dimensional. These custom-made products fit any space, wall, free-standing floor or hanging, single or double-sided, illuminated or un-illuminated. Best of all, OneFrame is New Zealand made, modern, affordable, and sustainable.
Education sector is all parts of an economy that consists of a variety of educational provider, schools, colleges, universities, charity, agencies, businesses or form of national, regional or local government that have the agreement, contract, role, responsibility and purpose of providing a form of education to members of the public.
OneFrame fabric signage & fabric lightboxes within the education sector can be delivered for the following applications:
Let's talk more about your educational organisations needs for a better signage solution. Our team would be happy to introduce you to OneFrame fabric signage displays.
It uses water-based dyes, which means that no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s) are produced like you would get from solvent-based inks and so there are no nasty vapours escaping into the atmosphere. In addition, there is no waste making its way into our waterways as there is no water used in the printing process thus also saving water under dye-sublimation printing.