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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Green Signage

There’s a lot of talk about “green” these days because many firms are jockeying to position themselves as environmentally conscious and more “green” than their competitors. The signage industry can be a major partner in this effort. To help bring you up to speed, here are 5 things you probably don’t know about “green” signage:

1. Signage can help a facility gain LEED (the US Green Building Council’s “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design”) certification. For example, interior signs crafted from […]

New Supreme Court Ruling on Signage

The Supreme Court has been much in the news recently, but hardly any of the media noticed or reported on one if its decisions that could have profound impacts on the signage industry. Specifically, in the case: Reed v. Town of Gilbert (Ariz.), the Court ruled that limiting temporary directional signage more than other types of temporary signage is a violation of the First Amendment.

The ruling was unanimous, but several of the Justices issued their own opinions regarding the meaning […]

Make Bold Statements With Dimensional Signage

Make Bold Statements With Dimensional Signage

Dimensional (also called “3-D”) signs are another powerful tool in our “signage expert” portfolio. Whether built for indoor or outdoor installation, these vivid, tactile signs can be custom fabricated in almost any shape, color, and size to help realize almost any design intention.

Dimensional signage readily stands out from the visual background and has been shown to work very well for such signage applications as:

Company Logos and Logotypes
Building Identification and Numbering
Directional and Wayfinding Signs
Office and […]

In A Nutshell: Boston Redevelopment Signage Requirements

The Boston Redevelopment Authority recognizes that storefronts and signage significantly shape the character of a given district.

To help control and improve that character, the BRA and the City of Boston have enacted regulations and established guidelines for the city as a whole, and for many special districts. The idea is to help ensure that storefronts and signage complement their local neighborhoods.

Nevertheless, every effort is made to allow individual business owners to effectively promote their goods and services, and also to […]

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