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Launch of the membership directory

The opportunity to promote your services and expertise to prospective clients and collaborators via the SDS website, is now available to all paid up members. More details are available here, but to take advantage of this benefit simply: Complete the directory application Read More…

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End-of-year update and Season’s Greetings from the Sign Design Society

Well where did 2018 go? It’s been an interesting year – record-breaking summer temperatures and continuing uncertainty around Brexit (I promise that’s the first and last mention of the B word). It’s also been a pretty significant year for the SDS. Not Read More…

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The SDS and 2018 British Sign Awards – Closing Date Extended To Friday, 21 September

Once again we’re pleased to announce that the SDS will be judging entries for the wayfinding category in the 2018 British Sign Awards. Last year saw member Populous Activate crowned winners in this annual showcase of British talent, with their Groupama stadium Read More…

Portrait of Kate Wright the newly appointed SDS administrator

Welcome to the SDS new administrator

We’re delighted to announce that Kate Wright has been appointed as the new SDS administrator. Kate took up the reins just before the Easter break so is busy getting to grips with the role and understanding the sector. Kate describes herself as one Read More…

IMPORTANT: New Website Member Registration

You may have noticed that we’ve updated our website. This will enable The SDS to enhance the benefits offered to members, but to take advantage of these (and ensure compliance with GDPR), you will need to register with the new site. GDPR, Read More…

Gate sign at the Houses of Parliament (ABG Design visitor wayfinding signs)

ABG Design Creates Visitor Scheme for the Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament, otherwise known as the Palace of Westminster, symbolises Great Britain and as a world heritage site, is among one of the most iconic visitor attractions in the world. The building that sits proudly on the banks of the Thames Read More…