signage

[sahy-nij]
noun
graphic designs, as symbols, emblems, or words, used especially for identification or as a means of giving directions or warning.

Origin:
sign + -age

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signage (ˈsaɪnɪdʒ)
 
n
signs collectively, esp street signs or signs giving directions

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Example sentences
What looks good in print, may not look good on a computer screen, and again in
  signage.
Each subway station entrance has clear signage that tells riders what trains
  stop at the station.
Roads currently operated as a part of both systems have clear signage and sound
  surface conditions.
The ship will also get digital signage, electronic mustering and an outdoor
  movie screen.
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