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.
Installing a Perforated Car Window Decal
Some signs are easier to install than others. For example, hanging a banner doesn’t take that much thought or effort, but installing a perforated car window decal to a vehicle…well, that takes a little more planning. To help you out, we’ve created a brief video to show you the best way to install your new car decal so it comes out perfect every time. Also, here are a couple tricks that will come in handy: Read More
Yesterday we posted an overview of our new design tool. Today we wanted to show you a few more of our new features, including our personalized account management and checkout process.
With the launch of the new website, Signs.com is now able to bring our customers an easy to use e-commerce platform complete with personalized account management tools. Through an account, customers will be able to create, permanently save and view their sign designs, see all of their order history, and edit their account information. Read More
One of the surest ways to convey to customers that your business is sloppy and unprofessional is for your signage to be crooked, sagging, or flapping in the breeze. Here are a few sign installation failures we recently found.