Way2Go wayfinding and interpretation signs have been produced for Mold town centre by IS Group
The IS Group was approached to tender for the provision and installation of wayfinding signage in Mold town centre and were thrilled to become the preferred supplier by Mold Council and rural development agency, Cadwyn Clwyd.
The design brief included Mold’s history and ensured the signage specification was able to present the public with illustrative interpretations of Mold’s untold stories. Mold is an ancient market town with a great deal of history relating to the discovery of the Gold Cape from the bronze age and the famous sons of the town, such as the Welsh novelist Daniel Owen.
IS Group were able to assist with technical advice, designs and samples to aid with the decision making, this also kept the client frequently updated within their budget.
The team delivered 9no monolith signs in total, incorporating some Way2Go product features and a small selection of L shaped signs that provided the additional information and interpretation at key points in the town. The signs included mapping, directional information, Û÷WhatÛªs On?Ûª posters and historical illustrations of each sign location.
A set of wayfinding and interpretation signs now sit at local points of interest, enhancing the local landscape. The illustrative interpretation has revitalised Mold’s history and clear wayfinding information has been applied to direct the public around the town centre. The reaction has been very favourable from the local community and the Council resulting in recommendations for the provision of signage in Flint town centre for their heritage trail.