Corrugated Plastic – The Ecological Choice for Modern Signage

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If you need signs for your business to attract customers, to direct clients or to simply build awareness of your brand, then there are a number of materials you could select for them. One of the most popular forms of business signage these days is corrugated plastic. Frequently used for building signage, such as estate agents' for sale signs, corrugated plastic is tough, can be printed on easily and is weatherproof.

10 May 2017

A Few Tips for Choosing Signs for Your School

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If you're a school administrator, you want to think about what signs you should have placed around the property. The right signage can ensure students can find their way around the building, encourage them to remember good conduct, and show off the accomplishments of the best students. Note a few tips for choosing signs for your school, including the signs you may need and what they might look like as well.

18 April 2017

Sign Me Up: Selecting a Font for Your Sign

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Having a sign engraved may seem like a simple way to advertise the name of your home or business — or to announce the presence of your beloved family pet!  In truth, though, there are actually many factors you should take into account before placing an order.  For example, you'll want to choose a metal which is not only durable, but a colour that's in-keeping with the style of the rest of your home and garden; equally, if the sign will be mounted on a plaque, then that material should be weather resistant and aesthetically pleasing also.

13 March 2017

Blending In And Other Common Business Sign Mistakes You Should Avoid

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Regardless of how much money you spend or which materials you opt to use, there are certain elements you should avoid when designing a business sign. Want to ensure your sign looks great and gets noticed by potential clients? Then take care to avoid these common pitfalls: 1. Blending In Blending in is for spies and chameleons. Business signs, in contrast, need to stand out. Look at the background behind your sign and grab a colour wheel.

13 April 2015