Custom Signs, Layout

Custom ADA Signs: Add Some Bling, Layout Edition!

Close up of layers ADA compliant room sign 6x12
We've been talking a lot about custom ADA signs and how you can do more with the color, texture, and even adding logos. Very minor changes to these signs can make a big difference in how the sign is viewed or how it makes a space feel. See how a custom sign layout can make a difference! Step One: Breaking Down...

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Custom Signs, Textures

Custom ADA Signs: Add Some Bling, Texture Edition!

Stairs with textured checkered pattern at the bottom of an ADA compliant Stairs Sign
In another edition of Custom ADA Signs, we take a more in-depth look at adding textures to your ADA Signage. In a previous post, we discussed the possibility of custom colors either by substrate combination or PMS Color Approximation (which included a recent project as an example). Textures are a great way to add visual depth to...

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Alpha Dog, Color

What Does PMS Color Match Mean And What is The Process?

Photograph of an ADA complaint room number sign which was printed with the color approximating process
So, why are we talking about color matching? In our recent blog posts, we discussed adding custom colors (like branded colors) to your ADA Signage. It is essential to understand what goes into PMS Color Matching or Color Approximating depending on the machinery which the sign is printed on.  To warn you this post might get a little technical,...

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Color, Custom Signs

Custom ADA Braille Signs: Add Bling, Color Edition!

Motivate Gym, a custom branded Fitness Room ADA Compliant Sign
A common question we get about ADA signs is about color. Customers are often surprised to learn that their required Braille signs don't have to be blue. Besides having color choices, you can add elements to ADA signage to identify your brand, compliment your area's design, or personalize the area.  So, let's get down to business and C.U.T. through the general idea that your Braille...

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