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Do You Have a Spare $75,000?

Do You Have a Spare $75,000?

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So your installation team finally finished putting 377 new signs in the new four-story wing of the big building a couple of zip codes away. And a few days later the building owner calls, his hair on fire because he’d...
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How To Meet ADA Signage Compliance Codes

How To Meet ADA Signage Compliance Codes

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This article appeared in the January-February Trendsetters edition of Green Building & Design magazine. The experts at Nova Polymers design with the disability community front-of-mind. With fines upwards of $75,000 a violation, meeting signage compliance codes for the Americans with...
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Voices 2019 – ADA

Voices 2019 – ADA

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This article originally appeared in the December 2018 edition of Sign Builder International, pages 24 and 25. There is a lot more to signs than graphics and pleasing colors. Knowing the limitations of materials and which ones to use can...
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5 Steps to Creating an ADA Signage Site Audit

5 Steps to Creating an ADA Signage Site Audit

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When we look at the ADA the focus is often mainly on signs, but in reality the core of ADA wayfinding is proper planning and consistency across a large number of signs. Before starting a sign program a site audit...
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Re-Shaping Architectural Signage

Re-Shaping Architectural Signage

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Straddling the continents of Europe and Asia the nation of Turkey is a rich mix of Western and Eastern civilizations, as well as both established and new ways of doing many things. In the world of signage, nowhere are these...
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5 Reasons Your Signs Are Not ADA Compliant

5 Reasons Your Signs Are Not ADA Compliant

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The Five Essentials of ADA signs in 2019 So we start with two questions: Have you even had any of your ADA signs rejected because they didn’t meet a local, state or federal ordinance? Have you ever been in a...
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Strutting Photopolymer Quality at ISA

Strutting Photopolymer Quality at ISA

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Signs always come last. As anyone in the signage business knows all too well, signs are often the final items to be produced and placed in most projects. The venue may be a stadium, a public building, or a multi-story...
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Getting the Signs You Pay For

Getting the Signs You Pay For

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The developer of the new office tower was not happy. About a year after the new building opened he met with the architect and the sign contractor, complaining that letters were falling off room signs and some Braille signs had...
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Turning Visions into Reality

Turning Visions into Reality

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Possessed with a passion for artistic design and craftsmanship, the design professionals at Ad Light Group in Denver, Colorado are familiar with every nuance of sign creation and design. Their counterparts in fabrication, installation and support are equally focused on...
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Transforming Tactile Signage with Photopolymer

Transforming Tactile Signage with Photopolymer

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What do schools, office buildings, stadiums, sports arenas have in common? They are all required by law to have ADA-compliant signage. ADA requirements specify character size, spacing, and contrast against background colors, while also ensuring that Braille characters consistently rise...
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