Backlit Signs need two main pieces: the lightbox and the printed graphic. Backlit signs can be used to boost visibility and brand recognition. They can help you stand out among the competition and can help deliver your message to your target audience.
What Characterizes a Backlit Sign?
It can be an exterior storefront sign, like backlit channel letter signs, backlit panel signs, backlit monument signs.
A backlit sign can be in the form of illuminated menus, bus shelters, billboards, parking signs, product publicity, construction signs, directional signs, safety signs, and open/closed signs.
What Are the Visual Characteristics of Backlit Signs?
They give off a halo glow – also called halo-lit signs. One thing to remember with backlit signs – the face of the letters and the sign will be dark so that the color will come from the lighting and the back panel of the sign.
LED backlit signs can be used indoors and outdoors, during the day and at night. Their outstanding halo effect makes your backlit signs always the center of attention, ideal for commercial, architectural, and home use. The wonderful halo effect will make the 3D metal sign appear like it’s “floating” on your wall. The sign will look special, beautiful, and eye-catching.
Backlit letters are found on backlit signs. They are also termed halo-lit signs or reverse-lit channel letter signs. Backlit letters can be used either indoors or outdoors. The sides and faces of backlit letters are made of aluminum, and their back is made of a translucent material to enable light transmission. Backlit signs can illuminate the wall or panel behind them, producing an enchanting glow around your brand message.