Arguably one of the most important aspects of printing is, well, color. Without it, signs can be boring and one dimensional. Color is all around us, but you may have noticed that sometimes a color looks different on the screen than it does when it gets printed. It’s important to understand how color works. For this Signage 101 Blog Post, we’ll explore how different color modes can affect printing.
There are many aspects to consider when you’re creating window signage for your business or your home. At Signs.com, we offer a variety of window display products, including perforated decals, opaque window decals and opaque static clings, and clear window decals and clear window clings. We also now offer frosted window decals.
In today’s Signage 101 we discuss how to design and set up your image for a storefront display that is separated by window panes but still has the look of one continuous and stunning storefront image or display. Jump over here for an easy to follow guide on how to actually install your window decal(s).
Sometimes creating signage can be stressful. At Signs.com, we want to make the process as hassle-free as possible. Font issues can be one of the most common sources of headaches when designing signage. If fonts aren’t created correctly, you can end up with a sign that doesn’t look anything like what you pictured. With this Signage 101 post, we will be simplifying the confusing world of fonts.
Our “Signage 101” series helps you make sense of the world of signage and all of its different options. We’ve navigated the confusing waters of window signage, helped you understand the different types of aluminum solutions, and showed you the importance of image quality. Today, we’ll explain the benefits and drawbacks of printing acrylic on the front side of the acrylic (what is known as standard surface) versus the back side of the acrylic (second surface).
In today’s Signage 101 post we discuss the difference between a standard aluminum sign and a brushed aluminum sign. We offer both of these types of metal signs and while they are fairly similar in most aspects, but there are a couple of major differences that you should be aware of before deciding to buy one or the other.
In this edition of Signage 101 we discuss all things regarding image quality and graphics. After reading through this you’ll have no problems with pixelation, file types, resizing images and even transferring large files. Give it a read and then jump over to our design tool as a seasoned veteran ready to design your own sign. Read More