Throughout the year, we’ve written about the sign industry, ADA compliancy, and the Nova Polymers product line. If you missed some of our resources this year, here’s a “Greatest Hits” list of our best articles in 2015.
Learn about the history of photopolymer signage and some of the other markets that use photopolymer for various purposes. ADA Photopolymer is sustainable, durable and allows for high resolution integral tactile elements that can be produced in large quantities.
Photopolymer signs are primarily used to create ADA room identification signs. The design and style of a photopolymer sign enhances the aesthetic of a space and provides accessibility for people with visual disabilities who occupy the space.
For sign companies to succeed in 2015 they need to not just look at top line growth in the economy, they need to focus on competitive trends and look for new business opportunities. Here we outline five to watch next year.
Sustainability has been a key issue in sign fabrication for the last five years and interesting enough, the key debates never seem to get fully resolved. We still fight over the effectiveness of various methods and this is as it should be since technology changes frequently, and traditional approaches are often revisited. Here is an update of four of the most important sustainability strategies facing sign manufacturers.