Book Review: Business + Management: For Digital Print Providers and Sign Shops

  Marty McGhie’s book, “Business + Management: For Digital Print Providers and Sign Shops” is a comprehensive business book focused specifically on the sign industry. But business owners from every industry can benefit from Mr. McGhie’s business acumen. The book offers advice and insight about every single aspect of running a business. Topics include hiring […]

Signs.com Weekly Recap: May 21 – May 25

  This week we celebrated Small Business Week and all the great things that Small Businesses add to our lives and economy. For our U.S. based audience, we want to wish everyone a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend. Here is the weekly recap for this week. Enjoy! In the News The New Environments of […]

Signs.com Weekly Recap: May 14 – May 18

  This week was highlighted by the IPO of a little social media site called Facebook. Not sure if you have heard of them, but I guess it is a pretty big deal (so much so they got slapped by a $15 billion lawsuit the day they went public). Since this week didn’t have much else going […]

Signs.com Weekly Recap: May 7 – May 11

  This week was fairly quiet on the news front (except for some hotly debated cover on some widely read magazine that rhymes with Signs). Anyway, in case you missed some of our posted articles or some that we thought were interesting, here is our Weekly Recap for your enjoyment. Also, if anyone out there […]

Signs.com Weekly Recap: April 30 – May 4

  Here is the weekly recap for the week of April 30 – May 4. The first week of May concluded with Cinco de Mayo and a thrilling Kentucky Derby, plus some people getting into trouble with their thought on sign rules! New Stories Man get’s 15 day jail sentence for sign ordinance violation Jay-Z takes […]

New ADA Signage Regulations Start Today

  The Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act of 1990 was designed to make public buildings and businesses accessible for individuals with physical disabilities and prevent discrimination against the physically challenged. Although the guidelines were comprehensive, the law created many confusions when it came to ADA signage. In 2010, the Department of Justice, along with the U.S. Access […]