Design and Visual Communications
Experiential Graphic Design, Sign Design & Wayfinding

Visual Communication completes 5th Clinic for HCMC

Richard Lang & Jesse Yungner of Visual Communications attended the Hennepin County Medical Center Golden Valley Clinic Open House on May 13, 2014.        This is the fifth clinic Visual Communications has completed for HCMC.   Visual Communications, Inc. provides en

VCI awarded Elk River Wayfinding Signage Project

The Elk River City sign committee chose Visual Communications as a sign consultant out of ten companies that submitted proposals ranging from $20,500 to $150,000. VCI, who came in at $65,000,  was awarded the project to bring a consistent look to the city’s signs and craft a way

Visual Communications Hospital Wayfinding Tour

VCI provides environmental signage and wayfinding design solutions for hospitals, city governments, educational facilities and office campuses as well as all other sorts of public areas. We focus on guiding vehicular and pedestrian traffic with simple signage that gets the point acros

Importance of Educational Wayfinding

By: Richard Lang Discovering your educational path is one of the biggest decisions one will make in their lives. The draw of aesthetically pleasing signage is an essential aspect of every college campus when recruiting new students. Of recent, colleges and universities across the nati

Visual Communications attends Light Up the Night Benefit

Hennepin County Medical Center‘s ‘Light up the Night’ Benefit at the International Market Square. A great time was had by all!   VCI has been providing award-winning sign design & wayfinding services for HCMC & Clinics for over 15 years.     &n

Importance of City Signage

by Richard Lang Branding is the most important part of any product. With the correct branding, a product can boost sales and increase reputability because of its stellar image. However, branding reaches beyond the confines of products and services. Cities benefit greatly from branding

Interior and Exterior Signage Facelift

by Constance Carlson Changing the image of a company bydesigning a new logo can be very beneficial to a business that is trying to rebrand their image. While it may be relatively easy to update the new logo on company letterhead and other paperwork, it can be quite difficult when it c

Macalester College Selects VCI for Wayfinding Signage Assignment

By Richard Lang Macalester College, nestled in a lovely, residential neighborhood–minutes from downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis – has selected Visual Communications to design and provide effective college and city

New Signage Master Plan for City of St Paul Parks & Recreation

    The City of Saint Paul Park and Recreation Department recently received a federal grant to assist in ide­­ntifying “Shuttle Service for Overflow Parking” and overall parking directions at Como Regional Park the cities largest parkland. The 347-acre park has b

Visual Communications Exceptional at Donor Recognition and Donor Recognition Signature Walls

By Cheryl Long O’Donnell, Visual Communications   Foundations, from Hospitals to Educational Facilities to Religious Institutions, have found a wonderful way to honor their donors is to recognize them on a ‘donor recognition display’.  Unlike a standard signage program, and defin

Local Recognition for an Outstanding Year of Small Business

We already knew that 2013 was going to be an awesome year here at Visual Communications. We finished some spectacular projects, expanded our business, and exceeded our client’s expectations. But apparently we weren’t the only one who noticed. As if to drive the point home that 2

Visual Communications Inc., Adds New Designer to Their Team

Wayfinding design specialists bring a new graphic designer onboard their skilled staff November 26, 2012 —Visual Communications, Inc. (VCI) is pleased to announce the recent hiring of their newest graphic designer, Noah Vetsch. With ten years of design experience under his belt, VCI l