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Six things to consider before you rebrand your healthcare space

Six things to consider... (before you rebrand your healthcare space.) These days, hospital systems can be vast and complex organizations with many kinds of facilities. So, when one embarks on a sweeping identity rebrand, well-designed graphic systems unify disparate sites. They create a comforting,…  read more

Posted in: Branding, Wayfinding  |  Tagged: Behavioral health, Brand, Branded space, community health, Environmental Graphics, Evidence-based design, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Patient experience, Sign design, Signage, Theming, Wallcovering, Wayfinding, Window film

Easy on the eyes: Evidence that good design helps patients heal

Easy on the eyes Evidence that good design helps patients heal Brilliant blue water droplets. Feathery green leaves. It's not an oasis, it's a hospital. And a touch of large-format graphics is transforming the spaceā€”and the patient experience. Before and after photos demonstrate how images of beautiful…  read more

Posted in: Interior Signage, Takeform News  |  Tagged: Art, Environmental Graphics, Evidence-based design, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Graphic Panels, Graphics, Hospital Artwork, Interior Design, Patient experience

Project Highlight: Foothill Ranch Health Center

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT Foothill Ranch Health Center Spa-like health center reflects welcome shift in care For design sensitivity, tricky logistics, and problem-solving prowess, A&D firms turn to Takeform. Picture this: you walk into an open, light-filled entrance tastefully decorated and staffed by greeters.…  read more

Posted in: ADA, Branding, Highlight, Interior Signage, Project Profiles, Wayfinding  |  Tagged: 3 Dimensional, Acrylic, ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Braille, Branded space, dimensional letters, Environmental Graphics, Ethos, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Fusion, Graphics, Healthcare, Medical Office Building, MOB, Patient experience, room id, room numbers, Signage, Wallcovering, Window film