Category Archive: interior signage

Quarterly Architectural Signage Audits Are Critical

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  When was the last time you performed an architectural signage audit? An architectural signage audit? What the heck is an architectural signage audit, and why is it so important? How often have you gone to a restaurant or retail establishment and noticed that something wasn’t right, the look of the place wasn’t up to …

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ASI, New Orleans – Signage in the Big Easy

Kevin Leaumont, Sales Consultant

Not long ago, I travelled to Louisiana to enjoy a two-day visit at the ASI, New Orleans office.  This affiliate, owned by Jim and Grace Bishop, provides signage for a variety of clients in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and much of the Florida Panhandle.  While Grace heads up the New Orleans office, Jim …

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The Weakest Link Can Damage Your Brand

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ASI recently held our semi-annual owners meeting in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Hotel. We scheduled the meeting around the ISA (International Signage Association) Expo that was going on at the same time. Although the ISA Expo and our owners meeting were held in the Mandalay Bay Hotel we stayed at the Luxor Hotel, …

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The Importance of Vendors

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  As a leading provider of architectural signage it is natural for ASI to focus not only on our products but the more than forty-five years of experience we have providing consultative service on wayfinding and identity solutions throughout the U.S. and around the world. Certainly we promote our broad selection of product solutions for …

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The Shoemaker’s Son

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Do you remember to old idiom, “The shoemaker’s son always goes barefoot?” It references the all too frequent occurrence that one often concentrates all their attention on their customers that they often don’t provide the product or service to their families when needed. Corporate Moves Require Planning ASI recently moved our corporate office to a …

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Curved Arrow Conundrum

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  Directional Obstacles Those of us involved in the science of wayfinding are often faced with unusual challenges about how to overcome certain directional obstacles. This was a challenge that was apparently faced by the designers of the wayfinding system at the Schipol Airport in Amsterdam. According to Mijksennar Wayfinding, the designer of the system, …

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It Is All About Timing

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I am sure you have heard the old adage “Timing is everything in life.” Having just completed my second month in the architectural signage industry as Marketing Manager with ASI Corporate, I am finding my learning of the signage industry and ASI to be both rewarding and eye opening. A few weeks ago I made …

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3form Interior Signage Completes Lynn Financial Center

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Lynn Financial Center combines luxury office space with environmentally-conscious design and is the first pre-certified LEED® Gold building in Boca Raton, FL. The Lynn Financial Center is comprised of twin Class A office buildings that are staggered diagonally on the master-planned campus, and feature glass architectural elements accented by an L-shaped wall clad in reflective …

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3form Creates Beautiful Donor Recognition Signage and Interior Signs

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It is time for us to check in with our friends over at 3form to see what kinds of new and exciting architectural signage projects have been added recently. We were not disappointed. Simply put, using 3form materials is an effective way to create beautiful donor recognition signage and interior signage solutions. Check out a …

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Development of Wayfinding Sans Pro Font for Signage

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Great article that is worth the read if you are an environmental graphic designer or wayfinding enthusiast. click here to read the rest the whole story… I was surprised by the sheer variety of type styles I discovered on my journey. Even though all road signage systems are intended to be as legible as possible, …

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