We are a multidisciplinary team of design thinkers, visualizers, graphic designers, industrial & architectural designers, drama practitioners, storytellers, foodies and bikers, who along with experienced project managers, engineers and fabricators, make a potent signage design and solutions company. We bring with us two decades of grassroots wayfinding experience and a human-centred approach to different aspects of a project.
We have a keen eye on the symbiotic relationship that exists between the brand and the architecture, and help translate it into user experiences by proposing a functional, logical and value driven wayfinding & place-making design solution to our customers.
We do all of this out of a design studio in Noida and a workshop in Neb Sarai in South Delhi.
At the very core of it, the signage in your property are the only architectural assets that speak on behalf of the space, they communicate its sense of humour, its degree of formality and its attitude towards life. Your signage scheme is your property’s one and only spokesperson! Signs are what make your spaces welcoming enough and in more ways than one, safe for the visitor! Your signage identity encourages dialogue and it makes both the space and its users more mindful, more inclusive and more accepting of our differences.
Of course, it is thanks to the signage that your property has a name, that people know how to move around it, that they are able to find their ways to its lobbies, its toilets, its various rooms and facilities and to the bays they park their vehicles in! It is the signage that tell people to behave, to queue up and to pay the bill!…
RMZ’s Ecoworld in Bangalore will have a VDIS-designed signage scheme that takes inspiration from all that is organic in its environment.
Shalimar Gateway mall opens in Alambagh, Lucknow with signage identity designed by VDIS. VDIS designed a signage scheme that will make walking around the mall a pleasurable experience for all its visitors.
A few months ago, I was on a flight back to Delhi from Lucknow, and as I was settling...