Category Archive: modular signage

MODULAR SIGNAGE – OR NOT?

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  Much is written in the Architectural Sign Industry about “modular signs”. Is this current frenzy really substantive or is it much ado about nothing? After reading many of the articles on the subject, and after thirty one years in the industry, I am still not sure what “modular signage” is. A recent article in …

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Recycling Green Signage Posts for Earth Day

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In case you haven’t heard, Earth Day is Sunday, April 22. In honor of this eco-friendly tradition, we thought it would be nice to recycle some of the best and most read blog posts. Click on the links below and enjoy Conversations about Green Signage and feel free to talk back to us about the eco-friendly …

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Revisting Some Good Posts from 2011 for Architectural Signage

As we head toward the end of 2011, we thought it would be good idea to share some of the most popular architectural signage and wayfinding posts from Conversations about Signage from the year. Five Popular Posts: Even though the following five posts received a lot of traffic throughout 2011, it  is possible you might …

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Benefits of Modular Signage Solutions

For interior signage, you can’t go wrong with a well-designed modular system. The benefits of modular signage solutions are many, since this kind of signage is designed to deliver maximum flexibility across multiple value points. Modular signage not only looks great, but by its very nature, it’s also a solution that stands the test of …

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InTac™ Eco, Modular Interior Signage, and Digital Signage Get A Lot of Looks at Healthcare Facilities Expo

It was nice to catch up with existing clients and meet prospective clients at the 2011 Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo in Chicago. We truly appreciated the insight we gained from talking with facility managers and chatting with architects and designers about recent challenges they faced in completing projects. Our products that got the most …

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Which Comes First? Interior or Exterior? Check out the History of Pacific

In the architectural building and interior design world,  often times the interior decor gets the most attention. However, the outside of the facility often inspires the interior design. The same can be said for architectural signage — sometimes, what is designed for the exterior drives what gets produced for the interior. A classic example of …

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LEED-Certified Project Review: Spotlight on Architectural Signage Solutions for LEED Projects

Everyone knows by know that April is the Green month and most folks might know that the last Fridaywas Earth Day as well as Good Friday. In the spirit of the green movement, we thought it would be nice to share a few nice LEED® certified projects we were involved with and highlight the interior, …

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The Designer’s Easy Button: Customize Modular Signage Systems and be a Hero to your Client

Attention graphic designers, we need to talk. Your one-of-a-kind designs are incredible and inspirational and really help bring your client’s brand identify and architectural environment to life. However, your designs aren’t always the easiest to produce. It’s not the first 50 or 100 signs we are talking about  – it’s the one or two add-on …

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Color Trends for 2011 and How They Could Impact the Architectural Signage Market

Just about every graphic designer and interior designer is familiar with Pantone. Did you know that Pantone selects a “color of the year?” Well, they do and for 2011, Pantone has chosen “Honeysuckle” as the must-have color for this year. Here is what the folks at Pantone have to say about Honeysuckle: “[It] emboldens us …

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Value-Engineered Modular Interior Signage for Hospital with a Healing-Focused Environment

One of the nice features of the Lafayette General Medical Center interior signage solution is the value engineering of the graphic inserts and the curved accent bar to help promote a healing environment. As more hospitals and medical offices move toward creating healing-focused interior environments by using natural light, works of art, warm color/tones and …

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