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Creating Print Ready Files

By |2019-04-03T18:25:23+00:00April 3rd, 2019|Design|

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]While some experienced graphic designers might be very familiar with print-ready work, this concept still represents a terrifying and intimidating aspect of graphic design for many newcomers. For those of you that don’t know what it is, the term ‘print-ready’ is often used in the printing business to describe a file that already meets all

5 Quick Tips: Designing Yard Signs

By |2019-03-06T19:19:11+00:00March 6th, 2019|Outdoor Sign|

Five Quick Tips: Designing Yard Signs  Font Choice: Bold, serif, italics - it doesn’t really matter what you choose as long as it is LEGIBLE! Script or thin line font should be left out of the design process. Some quick and easy fonts for design would be: Arial, Myriad, Helvetica, Times New Roman, Tahoma, Verdana

First Surface vs. Second Surface

By |2019-01-30T15:13:08+00:00January 30th, 2019|Interior Sign|

Sprucing up for your reception area with acrylic signage? One of the best things to remember when designing your signs are that acrylic signage can be printed first surface or second surface - but what does that mean? Properties of Acrylic: Acrylic signage is unlike any other material we use at Signarama Louisville East. Acrylic

Sign Standoffs – Let’s Get Hanging

By |2019-01-10T14:07:40+00:00January 10th, 2019|Interior Sign|

First impressions are extremely important for guests, current customers and potential clients. Having a clean look to all the signage within your building shows pride and confidence in your work as well as your brand. While sign standoffs are just a small tool used by most - it’s the details of this tool that make

CMYK vs. RGB – What Do We Need?

By |2018-12-12T13:34:22+00:00December 12th, 2018|Design|

CMYK vs. RGB Color Scale Arguably one of the most important aspects of signage and branding is 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

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