Signs.com Named to the 2017 Inc. 500!

The coveted Inc. 500 list was released today and we at Signs.com, with a three-year revenue growth of 3847.29%, are ecstatic to be ranked 100 on the list! The Inc. 500 is an annual list derived of the top 500 fastest growing private companies in the United States. The Inc. 500 is arguably the most well-recognized growth achievement a private company can obtain; so being recognized for our incredible revenue growth over the span of multiple years is a massive accomplishment for Signs.com and our beloved customers.   Read More

Top 10 Finalists Announced for the Home Is Where the Heart Is Photo Contest

The submissions are in, and the journey to declaring the grand prize winner of the Signs.com Home Is Where the Heart Is photo contest is underway! We have seen some stunning photos come through, and you can check them out and vote for your favorites by visiting the Submission Gallery. Our panel of professional judges (Brooke Schultz, Jonathan Burkhart, and Luke Sharrett) have already gone through the first round of reviewing all submissions, coming to a decision on the top 10 finalists for the contest. Read More

Signage 101 - Letter Heigh Visability

Signage 101 – Letter Height Visibility

Letter sizing matters! It’s an often overlooked aspect of creating custom signs, but letter size is one of the most important features to consider when designing a sign. Letter size (also referred to as letter height) will determine from how far away your message can be read. Lettering that is too small or too big will affect how the quality of your sign, so it’s crucial to know what letter height works best for a particular viewing distance. We’ve compiled a list of key features of lettering – including font size, color, type, sign placement, and lighting conditions –  that you should pay attention to when designing your sign.

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State Guide On Boat Registration Number Requirements

Registering a boat is a necessary requirement for operating it legally within a state. Each state has different specifications on what types of boats, watercraft, and vessels need to be registered. We’ve compiled a state-by-state guide on which vessels need to be registered, those that need to display registration numbers, and customizable templates to create registration numbers according to the state requirements. Before we dive into the state-by-state guide, let’s wade through some of the most frequently asked questions concerning boat lettering laws and regulations.

 

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