Definition
Environmental design, including single, or a range of, signs and displays. Signs or signage are any kind of graphics created to display information for a particular audience, typically way-finding information on streets, outside and inside of buildings. A range of signs is a series of signs for a specific purpose. Displays are designs for non-permanent installations, point of sales information etc.

Included
• Wayfinding systems (e.g. for a hospital or a museum)
• Displays for museums and exhibitions
• Displays for trade and science fairs
• City and metro maps
• Informational panels
• Street signs (or range of street signs)
• Neon signs
• Commercial signs
• Pictograms

Excluded
• 
Logotypes
• Self-promotional signs and displays

Comments
The sign or display must have been published in the previous calendar year (and up to the day of the current deadline), and can’t be self-promotional.
A series of signs is considered as one submission, subject to a single fee.
See previous winners in this category here.

Files to prepare
Save image files of the sign or display as JPG (3600 x 1536 pixels, RGB, 72 dpi).
You may also include digital photos of the signs or displays in the environment they were designed for (3600 x 1536 pixels, RGB, 72 dpi).
These images will appear in the winners' gallery if your design is awarded.
Upload the images via this site (no later than February 26th, 2021).