10 Ways to Add ‘Wow’ to Your Signage

It’s a new year – maybe it’s time to give your company’s signage a serious lookover and consider an overhaul.   Perhaps you’ve been simply duplicating your company’s same signage year after year – just changing out the sales dates and the current year. Or you’ve at least been adding your new sales pitch or […]

Small Business Success Story: Shopper Approved

We sat down virtually with Scott Brandley, co-founder of Shopper Approved, for this edition of our Small Business Success series. Scott’s consumer rating and review service collects merchant, product, and local reviews and then syndicates the reviews to online locations such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing to bolster his customers’ online reputations. “Once a business […]

Small Business Success Story: Village of Waterloo Revitalization

In this installment of our Small Business Success Story series, we catch up with Alex Teller. Alex is working with his client, the Village of Waterloo, New York, to help revitalize it and “bring some vibrancy” to the downtown area. In his role as project manager, Alex has purchased various window clings from Signs.com, for […]

Digital Printing’s Rise to the Top – Signage 101

“What is digital printing?” is a question we often get asked here. “And isn’t everything digitally printed these days? After all, it’s 2020 (nearly 2021), not 1920 – what isn’t digital?” So let’s first address the second question: Has digital technology completely overtaken printing? Well, actually no – analog still rules the printing roost, so […]

Designing a Step and Repeat Banner: Signage 101

When you think of celebrities walking down the red carpet at events like the Academy Awards or the Grammys, you’re probably envisioning them posing in front of a backdrop with a repeating pattern of logos. Better known as a step and repeat banner, this popular type of signage is used as a background for photos […]

Small Business Success Story: Top Gun Baseball Academy

Baseball is “mathematics, geometry, art, philosophy, ballet, and carnival – all intertwined like the mystical ribbons of color in a rainbow,” wrote W.P. Kinsella, author of Shoeless Joe (later adapted into the movie, Field of Dreams). At the Top Gun Baseball Academy in Sykesville, Maryland, customers have the opportunity to discover those elements of the […]

PVC and Foam Board: Signage 101

It’s all too easy to be confused by some of the names and terms that are tossed about in the signage industry when it comes to rigid substrates. Two of the more common rigid substrates utilized in signage are foam boards and PVC board. And because they are indeed so common – with so many […]

Small Business Success Story: DoctorNines.com

In this edition of our Small Business Success Story series, we chat with Joseph (“Joe”) Nines, a marriage and family therapist in Flourtown, Pennsylvania. Joe encourages his clients to address problems sooner rather than later, and says, “I don’t want to put my clients through years of painful talk therapy – I want them to […]