Archive for the ‘Wayfinding Signs’ Category

  • 05
    Sep
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    Detroit has had Uber and Lyft for a while, and then the city built the QLine. Now other alternatives to automotive travel in the Motor City have been sprouting up as well, primarily bikes and electric scooters. To generate excitement around these new modalities, companies are offering early adopters discounted…

  • 01
    Aug
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    Imagine it’s your first day of freshman year at a new high school. You’re looking for your science classroom, but can’t find it. Panicked, you run around like mad, looking for any sort of sign to guide you, and end up being late to class. What a bad first impression…

  • 16
    Mar
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    Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is no small feat. It requires a good understanding of the law and the ways it relates to the signage that you display at the office building you own or manage. Rules govern the presence of raised characters, the choice of fonts,…

  • 22
    Nov
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    Much like computers, directories become outdated as soon as you install them. People move on, tenants move out, offices consolidate, and suites change. Would you like to keep up with all these changes but without having to order new wayfinding signage and directories? We can help. Consider the versatile index…

  • 10
    Nov
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    Christmas is an occasion for many lapsed faithful to return to church. Others are first-time guests at your congregation’s building. Would they feel at home and welcomed? Would they be confused and unsure where to go next? If you want them to come back, make sure it is the former;…

  • 03
    Nov
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    Outfitting a new business with the first set of signs can seem like a daunting process. Which products are crucial? Which ones are more of a wish list item you can get to later? Your customized office signs and graphics questions – answered. Lobby Signs are the Most Important Products…

  • 22
    Sep
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    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) spells out the details about signage compliance. It has undergone some changes, which has left some business owners, whose signage was compliant, in a situation where the markers no longer meet the standards. If you are one of these professionals who need to upgrade…

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