Besides signage, there is branding. On IDEFIX you may find a variety of examples with typical branding solutions, helping you with your signage proposal.
Branding items must be designed by CCPD (MH1). They will support the PM where needed.
MH1 provides a proposal, awaiting feedback and/or approval from CCPD and PM.
PM checks the signage plan and conducts a final control onsite.
PM acquires the necessary permits and agreements to erect branding items.
Has to be designed according to the standard.
When creating a signage plan, picture yourself as a Q-Park customer, as motorist and as pedestrian.
Motorists on the public road see our exterior blue P sign.
Motorists in our PF, driving and parking, follow red signs.
Pedestrians in our PF exiting the PF follow green signs.
Pedestrians on the public road see our exterior blue signs.
Motorists exiting our PF follow red signs.
In some cases the design of a parking facility cannot be changed. However, we always seek to design the clearest rotation and guide the customer with proper markings and arrows on parking floors.
Signs for motorists are kept to a minimum, providing only essential information, where choices need to be made.
Orientation signage shows at least the floor level, in some cases section and bay number.
We may show empty spaces available by VMS (Variable Message Sign).
We keep the exit route as short as possible.
Signs for pedestrians are kept to a minimum too, only for way finding, directions, orientation and information.
Signage for pedestrian exit and if choices are possible, show this at an early stage.
Signage for lifts, parking floor and section.
Pictograms for customer services such as the information desk, toilets and pay-stations.
Information frames are used for a city plan, parkings tariffs and opening hours, special events, etc.