Making sure your sign is visible is the difference between a sign that makes an impact and one that falls flat. Find out what makes signage that gets results, and find out how you can better your business with a great sign.
Over time, signs face wear and tear. When this happens, they need to be repaired or else you’re left with a bad looking sign, which can actually turn out to be worse than no sign at all. Knowing the best and most common issues that require sign repair is important to keep your sign looking great and drawing in more customers!
When you set out to advertise for your business using signage, storefront or otherwise, you want to be sure you’re doing it right. If you’re not familiar with the process, it’s easy to stray from the path of good design decisions.
When you’re looking at setting up new signage for your business, consider which ones best fit your style.
Winter weather does a number on outdoor displays, and signs are no exception! When snow melts or ice freezes on your signs, the once vibrant colors can wash our or your sign can actually become damaged.
Even though your outdoor sign is considered traditional marketing, it actually has a lot in common with your digital marketing efforts.
Within this past decade, neon signage has emerged within the Internet as a popular aesthetic for the Millennial demographic, and their influence is slowly spilling out into a wider cultural spectrum. What draws millennials towards neon as a design choice, and how can businesses tap into this trend in order to more effectively advertise to younger customers?
Fans coming to the ballpark have a lot to keep up with. The shouting vendors, the delicious food, as well as the action on the field are constantly competing for the spectator’s attention. With all this going on, it is important that your signage stands out above the rest.
Minor league baseball is a half a billion dollar industry and attracted more than 37 million fans to games in 2016. Minor league stadiums provide many advertising opportunities from the dugout to the outfield, the press box and vendor areas.