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Sign China 2015 - September 16-19, 2015 in Shanghai, China


ADA Tactile & Braille Signage/Signs

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FEATURE ARTICLES

ADA Signs ­ How to Stay Compliant Without Sacrifice
With ADA compliance laws on the minds of many sign manufacturers, it is important that compliant signs are both functional ­ in terms of the letter of the law ­ and still attractive ­ in terms of getting people’s attention and drawing new business

A Second Look at ADA Signage
Once you understand the letter of the law, you can work within its boundaries to unlock creative appeal in your ADA-compliant sign projects.

New ADA rules
Next generation of proposed federal sign regulations posted for ADA and ABA.

Know the ABC’s of ADA Signage: Education Means Profit
Offering ADA signage at your sign shop will increase your profits

Snapshot of the Sign Industry 3rd Quarter 2008
For SignIndustry.com’s annual ‘pulse taking’ of the state of the sign industry, we peeked and probed into various facets of the industry to get an idea of the state of our trade before going into 2009.

It Costs How Much? Determining What It Costs to Sell Your Signs the Right Way.
Pricing your products or services sold is determined first by costing. Do you have any idea of what it costs to sell a sign or banner? For that matter, what does it cost to open the doors to your sign business each day? Pertinent questions that will influence your pricing.

ADA Truths Revealed
Three simple truths are helping clear up confusion over how to apply ADA requirements to interior signage.

Choosing ADA-Compliant Signage Material
Which ADA signage materials are vandal-proof? What works best in an upscale building project? Read on to find out.

Is the ADA Sign Market For You? Part II Visual Signs
If you thought that ADA was all about Braille, think again! What do you need to know about all the other signs that make up an architectural sign system?

Is the ADA Sign Market For You? Part I Tactile Signs: Letter and Spirit
If you never considered the ADA segment of the sign industry or didn’t think it was for you, it may be time to rethink the business potential ADA provides.

ADA Formula For Success
Understanding ADA and its relationship to the sign industry.

Laser Engraving: The Possibilities
Today’s laser engraving and cutting equipment provide versatility for whether you are thinking of diversifying or simply expanding.

Laser Engraving: The Basics Part Two
If you've put off diversifying your shop by venturing into laser engraving because of equipment costs, this should relieve some of your worries.

Laser Engraving: The Basics
Find out how this technology can assist you in your business.

Winning Sales Tax Jeopardy
Are you prepared for the sales tax audit?

The ADA Tactile & Braille Signage Code is a wide-ranging civil rights law that prohibits, under certain circumstances, discrimination based on disability. The lack of accessibility or certain services can be considered discrimination, regardless of who it actually affects. This creates a need for ADA compliant signs. No individual may be discriminated against on the basis of disability with regards to the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, or accommodations. When the law was first put into effect, there was a problem with ADA signs not being esthetically pleasing. Now that it's been in existence for some time, the question of esthetics has been resolved and the industry faces new problems with ADA signs.


Sponsors

BrailleTac Division of Advance Corporation - Tactile Signage, ADA, Wayfinding, Directories and more
Jet USA - Americas Photopolymer Specialists - ADA phenolic series

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NEW Flexible Substrate Optimized for use with LEDs
3M™ Envision Flexible Substrate FS-1 offers increased light transmission. That means more efficient use of LEDs and energy. And because LEDs require less maintenance, customers with hard-to-reach pylon signs can keep their feet on the ground.

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Featured Tip
Avoid Painting Sign Posts: Use Post Coats as a quick, easy alternative to painting posts.
Post Coats is the perfect alternative to painting sign posts. It takes about 10 minutes per post and when you're done the posts are ready to install. No curing or drying time is needed.


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