With little time to spare, Wristies, Inc – The Fingerless Glove Company contacted Infinite Imaging when they needed their production facility dressed up with directional and business signage.

The Need

KK Greer came to Infinite Imaging with a need for custom signage that would direct visitors to the warehouse and textile facility located at the Salmon Falls Mill in Rollinsford, NH. With many doors and long hallways in the mill, it was necessary to have a variety of signs throughout the building entrances, doorways and stairwells.  During the design process, KK learned that New Hampshire Chronicle would feature her business on a televised piece. She now had a tight deadline to have the signage printed and installed before the film crew would arrive.

The Solution

When KK Greer contacted Infinite Imaging's Portsmouth office, she was referred to Lisa, our wide format manager. They discussed the design, size, and material of each sign as well as the locations that the signs would be placed.  Lisa recommended high-performance vinyl materials with lamination on PVC and aluminum. A site survey was scheduled to get proper measurements and specifications.

The Results

The existing logos were refreshed and the signs were designed by the creative team at West End Creative, a division of Infinite Imaging. After the proofs of the signs were approved, Infinite Imaging’s large format printing department managed the printing and mounting. The sign project was produced and installed within a few days, enabling KK to update her facility and direct traffic, including New Hampshire Chronicle, through the long hallways and stairwells of the mill.