Thursday, February 27, 2014

How Signs Benefit a Business Infographic

Thinking about a cheaper way to advertise your store? How about adding or upgrading your business signage. Apparently,business signage can attract old and new customers, increase profits and cut business costs.

how signs benefit a business infographic
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The Importance of Choosing the Right Colors for Your Business Signage

A business' signage is the first point of contact and brand ambassador for customers or clients, consequently, corporations and savvy small to medium-sized business owners invest a proportionately appropriate amount on the color for their signage. Advertising campaigns like those of Apple's notebook, in assorted colors, display the persuasive potency of color in graphic design and consumer engagement.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Manufacturing Sandblasted Signs

If you missed it earlier, check out this article to find out how are sandblasted signs are made.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Great Business Blog

Check out this blog that covers a range of topic related to business.

Friday, February 21, 2014

In Case You Missed it Earlier

Here is a great article about exterior business signs.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Memorial Stadium’s Bomb Scare: Signage Controversy

The prestige of sponsoring UC Berkeley’s famous Memorial Stadium may be overshadowed by a simple faux pas. The internet video game maker Kabam has closed a nearly $18 million deal with UC Berkeley, giving Kabam naming rights to the field.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Happy President's Day!

Hope everyone is enjoying their day off with friends and family.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Learn How Are Sandblasted Signs Made

Check out this article to find out how are sandblasted signage made.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Exterior Business Signs: Then and Now

External signs displayed in many locations over the centuries: painted fascia of the building (enter horizontal ribbons between the storefront and floors), the level of the window, and of course, hanging, flat or flush-mounted. This last example is very popular because of the ease with which they can move when / if the company is sold or want to change the image of the seals.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

How to Choose the Right Color Schemes for Your Business

To choose your foundational colors, you have to know the themes that certain colors evoke and match those to your company's theme. Spas and restaurants choose warm colors (peaches and light oranges, variations of reds and yellows) because of their soothing and relaxing qualities. Another element in proper color choice is visibility – how much or how little do you want to create.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Learn About Sign Manufacturing Companies and Stucco Signs

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

The Washington Monument: A testament to perseverance

The United States was still a young country when plans began formulating to create a monument to one of its’ most respected founding fathers, George Washington. It had only been seven years (1783) since the country had declared itself independent from the Kingdom of Great Britain, when the Continental Congress voted to erect a statue of Washington, commander-in-chief of the American army throughout the Revolutionary War of Independence, and the country’s first president. Washington, DC, was not yet the nation’s permanent capital.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Choosng the Right Color Schemes for Your Business Sign

While your company may not have plans to erect a pyramid anytime soon, the legacy that you will leave can be greatly augmented by the careful consideration of color scheme in your brand design. This is particularly the case in our information-saturated and ADD-ridden society – color can aid in memory recall, stimulate the senses, and convey meaning at the most subliminal and primal levels. For this reason, the color choices of large companies are consistently based on color psychology, rather than an executive’s favorite color.