Illuminated signage refers to a type of signage that incorporates lighting elements to make it visible and easily readable, especially in low-light or dark environments. It typically utilises various light sources, such as LED (Light Emitting Diode) modules or fluorescent tubes, to illuminate the text, symbols, or graphics on the sign, enhancing visibility and attracting attention. Illuminated signage is commonly used in outdoor advertising, storefront displays, and public spaces to convey information, promote brands, or provide directions, ensuring visibility day and night.
Illuminated signs can be made from many material types and finishes, and can be both Front-lit and backlit. The primary intention of an illuminated sign is that of night visibility. Some examples of illuminated signs are lightboxes, fabricated letters, pylon signs, reception signs, poster displays, and more. The quality of the lighting and materials and how the sign is made dictates the longevity of the sign and how well it illuminates.