You've spent time, money, and effort making sure that your business branding is perfect. You've spent hours on the typography and colors to make the perfect logo for your business (or you are working with a company who has done all of this). Even the walls are painted to match your branding.
In another edition of Custom ADA Signs, we take a more in-depth look at adding textures to your ADA Signage. In a previous post, we discussed the possibility of custom colors either by substrate combination or PMS Color Approximation (which included a recent project as an example).
In the last couple of blog posts, we have been discussing the importance of design and what features you can add to your ADA signage while still being compliant. While the design is essential and other specifications like the size and the total number of signs needed are crucial there are a few details that sometimes get missed and can cause issues with your ADA signage down the road.
ADA Restroom Signage Requirements
As we continue our What's Wrong Series? we found another business with an interesting way to display their Restroom Sign.
Every day, ADA compliant signs are designed, specified, and fabricated. Some of these signs are fabricated right and others not so much. The guidelines for ADA signs are not that complicated, but there are key requirements that must be followed to meet ADA signage standards.
A little halfway through 2018, the Alpha Dog Team has been working behind the scenes on some huge changes. We are excited to announce our recent move to a larger location. Our new shop at 8413 Washington Blvd, Roseville, CA 95678 has doubled our space!