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.
So, why are we talking about color matching? In our recent blog posts, we discussed adding custom colors (like branded colors) to your ADA Signage. It is essential to understand what goes into PMS Color Matching or Color Approximating depending on the machinery which the sign is printed on.