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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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Accessibility in the Middle East

Accessibility in the Middle East

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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...
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A complete guide to Typography

A complete guide to Typography

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The history of typography is as long as the 5,000-year history of written languages and alphabets that combined letter forms into words. Most of that history, however, was dedicated to the refinement of written language on paper, which could be...
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Typography and Signage Webinar Series

Typography and Signage Webinar Series

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Register for the Webinar Today Sign designers and fabricators have a unique opportunity to learn more about typography and its effect on signs in a new, 4-part white paper “Typography, Placemaking and Signs” produced by The Signage Foundation and sponsored...
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Canadian Accessibility White Paper

Canadian Accessibility White Paper

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Learn About Accessibility Codes in Canada Over the last year and a half, we have developed a series of White Papers on Accessibility Codes and best practice for sign fabricators and designers. Canada does not follow the ADA by law...
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