Month: January 2016

Going In Circles – Bad Sign Design

January 25, 2016

Have you ever seen a sign that was funny or just didn’t make sense? We all know that the main purpose of signage is to visually communicate information. Whether a sign is intended to identify a space, navigate to a destination, post a warning, or provide general information, it is important that the message is […]

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So Many Fonts, So Little Time

January 11, 2016

We often see existing sign systems in facilities we are called upon to help, where font choices have been an afterthought. Frequently, a variety of font faces, weights, and styles are used throughout the signage and visual communication elements in one facility. Sometimes these fonts are decorative, or do not meet ADA requirements for legibility. […]

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