Is your building equipped with photoluminescent signage and markings? These high-performance, glow-in-the-dark markings can be found on handrails, along the front edges of steps, baseboards, and walls. And, while there are federal and local ordinances for luminous markings to support... Read More →
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... Read More →
Doha, Qatar In the United States, Western Europe and Australia, accessible sign design is taken for granted. 25 years of accessibility codes and the all encompassing guidelines of the International Standards Organization have made egress and identification signs common... Read More →
Signs permeate our urban and suburban environments. As commercial brands have embraced design, so have communities. Discover how wayfinding, graphics and signage have evolved to become landmarks of our living environment.
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... Read More →
The Signage Foundation Inc. has developed a comprehensive guide to urban wayfinding from planning to implementation, and ISA has developed a six-part webinar series based on this manual. This second webinar in the series focuses on the development of stakeholder... Read More →