Category Archive: ada signage

Wayfinding, ADA Signs, and 3form Posts Leap Ahead in 2012

Dear “Conversations About Signage” Readers, As you know from every other marketing-driven e-campaigns, tweet and Facebook comment, today is Leap Year Day. Still not sure what that means? Just visit and look at the banner logo. To help you jump ahead in regards to wayfinding and architectural signage this Lead Year Day, we created …

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ADA-Compliant Digital Signage Through Innovative Technologies

Managing ADA accessibility is important to consider not only when implementing a standard architectural signage solution, but it is also important to consider for digital signage solutions as well. Thanks to technological advances, there are numerous assistive technologies available on the market today that facilitate ADA-compliant digital signage solutions.  QR Codes: More Than a Marketing Tool QR codes are specially …

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How Digital Signage Turned an ADA Issue into Added Revenue

There’s a great article recently written for Digital Signage Today that marries three important signage concepts and demonstrates how a state agency turned anADA challenge into a viable revenue stream. The three concepts are: The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) has such a visible and broad impact on society. Despite not being specifically noted anywhere …

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Goals and Elements of ADA-Compliant Architectural Signage

In the January 2012 edition of Sign of the Times, ASI’s Infinity interior signage system is featured as an optio nfor creating ADA-compliant architectural signage. To view the article by Craig Berger, click here or click the image below. In addition to the article, we’ve written a piece that discusses ADA-compliant architectural signage for built …

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Welcome Winter with Print on Panel Graphics on ADA Signage

In honor of the first day of winter, we wanted to say “Let It Snow” through architectural signage.  To all of our friends in the architectural and design industry as well as our valued clients and facility managers, have a Merry Christmas, a Peaceful Hanukkah and a safe and prosperous New Year…and may your favorite college …

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ADA Signage: No Need for Designers to Compromise

When it comes to ADA signage, some people worry that attractive design must be sacrificed to make the signage compliant with regulations. This, however, isn’t the case. Sleek and attractive ADA signage is always within reach of gifted designers. By bringing together design talent with modern materials, graphic application capabilities, no aesthetic compromises are needed. Modular Functionality …

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ADA Signage Video Production and Guideline Resource

We have a talked a lot about ADA signage on this blog, but sometimes we overlook explaining how certain types of ADA signage are created. Nova Polymers, one of the industry leaders in providing photopolymer materials to create ADA signage solutions, has launched a video library of informative, instructional videos that helps explain the process …

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The ADA, Service Animals, and ADA Signage

The U.S. Department of Justice regularly provides a status report of ADA litigation activities including lawsuits, settlement agreements, and mediation with entities that have violated some aspect of the Americans with Disabilities Act, including ADA Signage. In reviewing these status reports, available on, we see a common issue that arises as a result of …

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Signage Quick Hits: Wayfinding and Architectural Signage for Public Spaces

We feel the need for a little disclosure before getting into the signage quick hit topics below. If the reader is not already aware, the Conversations about Signage blog is authored by an architectural signage company that also creates and implements wayfinding solutions. We gain business and profit from construction projects that call for more …

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What Small Businesses Should Know about ADA Signage and Complying with the 2010 ADA Guidelines

We have talked about the new 2010 ADA Guidelines so much on Conversations about Signage that we sometimes fear our reader’s eyes have begun to collectively roll back in their heads. We understand – it can be a very boring and tedious topic to discuss, but one way to look at the new 2010 ADA …

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