Bathroom Blogfest: Door Signs
Posted by Becky Carroll on November 2, 2007
An important part of crafting a great customer experience is attention to detail. Today I am sharing some very creative signs which indicate the location of the bathroom door. They all align with the theming of the establishment or area in which they are found. Which one do you like best?
Disney’s California Adventure: This is the door sign that went with my earlier post on the Route 66 bathroom. It is shaped like a USA highway sign.
Disneyland at Space Mountain: This sign is found on the women’s room door which is at the exit to the Space Mountain rollercoaster. As the coaster has outer-space themes, so does the door. Good for large and small aliens to use.
DisneyWorld at EPCOT World Showcase: In case you haven’t been to this Disney theme park, EPCOT in Orlando, Florida has two main areas. The first is FutureWorld, and the second is the World Showcase. Several countries are represented there. These two signs come from the Norwegian pavilion and the USA pavilion, respectively.
Samba Room, Orlando, Florida
This restaurant serves Cuban cuisine in an Asian-fusion style. I couldn’t resist taking pictures of the doors to their men’s and women’s rooms (respectively). Clever!
The Bathroom Experience
Have you considered how even the smallest of details can speak volumes about your establishment? I hope this blogfest has given you some ideas to consider. Who knows; maybe I will feature your bathroom in next year’s blogfest! Feel free to send me pictures throughout the year, and I will credit you and your establishment.
Visit the Bathroom Blogfest group blog, as well as the other Blogfest bloggers:
- Kate Rutter—Adaptive Path
- Laurence Helene Borel—Blog Till You Drop
- Iris Shreve Garrott—checking out and checking in
- Susan Abbott—Customer Experience Crossroads
- Maria Palma—Customers Are Always
- Becky Carroll—Customers Rock!
- Toby Bloomberg—Diva Marketing
- Linda Tischler—Fast Company Now
- C.B. Whittemore—Flooring the Consumer
- Ed Pell—K+B DeltaVee
- Helene Blowers—Library Bytes
- Claudia Schiepers—Life and its little pleasures
- Katie Clark—Practical Katie
- Sandra Renshaw—Purple Wren
- Reshma Anand—Qualitative Research
- Marianna Hayes—Results Revolution
- Carolyn Townes—Spirit Women
- Sara Cantor—The Curious Shopper
- Anna Farmery—The Engaging Brand
- Dee McCrorey—The Ultimate Corporate Entrepreneur
- Katia S. Adams—Transcultural
- Katie Konrath – Get Fresh Minds