Aho Architects designed a campus signage and way-finding program for Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. The $425,000 signage program included a variety of sign types around the campus to assist in way-finding, building identification, and communication. The project centerpiece was a large electronic readerboard sign pylon located along Highway 31 at the front of the campus.
The project included 57 signs throughout the campus of the following types: electronic readerboard pylon, building monument, pole-mounted "flag", building letters/dimensional characters, large and small directionals.
Key features of the electronic readerboard pylon sign:
- Text, Photo, Animation, Live Video capabilities
- Height: 30'
- Electronic display: 24' x 10' , 16mm resolution (3670 pixels/square meter)
- 4.72 sextillion colors
- 60 frames per second video