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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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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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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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Update: Canadian Accessibility For Signage

Update: Canadian Accessibility For Signage

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Canadian ADA Update A person taking a big picture snapshot of Disability Codes in Canada in the last three years since we wrote the Canadian Accessibility White Paper may come away disappointed. There has been very little action taken at either...
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How To Avoid Paying $75k Fine for Your ADA Signs

How To Avoid Paying $75k Fine for Your ADA Signs

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DOJ Increases Penalties For ADA Violations…don’t let this be YOU. Did you know that you can be fined $75k for a single ADA violation? ADA signs are not exempt from this fine and states and local jurisdictions are getting serious...
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The Benefits of ADA Photopolymer Article

The Benefits of ADA Photopolymer Article

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An Accessible Article Mike Santos, our sales and marketing director, wrote an article for the May issue of Sign Media Canada about the benefits of ADA  photopolymer for Accessibility Signage. The article talks about the growth of accessible signage and how photopolymer...
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Boyd Sign Systems Awarded NovAcryl® Preferred Fabricator Status for ADA Signage

Boyd Sign Systems Awarded NovAcryl® Preferred Fabricator Status for ADA Signage

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Boyd Sign Systems, a leading manufacturer of ADA-compliant architectural illuminated and non-illuminated sign systems, has joined the elite ranks as Nova Polymers Preferred Fabricators of Novacryl®, the world’s most expansive line of high-quality photopolymer ADA signage.

Specifying Novacryl Photopolymer – An Animated Guide

Specifying Novacryl Photopolymer – An Animated Guide

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ADA + Design = Novacryl® We recently created a fun, animated video that shows the process and the benefits of specifying our Novacryl® Design Series photopolymer for room identification signs. The Novacryl® Designer Series includes 6 products types that meet...
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NP News: Accesibility & The ADA Webinar

NP News: Accesibility & The ADA Webinar

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Webinar: Accesibility & The ADA – 2010 Standard (SAD) For Room Identification Signs This course will educate the attendee about all current US & International ADA/Accessibility requirements (including the 2010 Standard (SAD) as it relates to room identification signs, and...
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Adaptive™ & Novacryl®: Accessible Signs never looked so good!

Adaptive™ & Novacryl®: Accessible Signs never looked so good!

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2/90 Sign Systems, a preferred fabricator of NovAcryl® Series Photopolymer has created a new product line called Adaptive™. Using the Novacryl® Designer Series (Formerly the ECR Series), 2/90 has created a new sign system that allows accessible signs to built in a way that enhances the overall design of the interior space while still meeting all accessibility codes. Adaptive has managed to Fuse Aesthetics, Eco Appeal, and ADA accessibility.