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The ADA Celebrates 30 Years

September 25, 2020


June 3, 2020

At Divine Signs, we specialize in transformations. There is nothing more gratifying for us than being able to help our customers transform a wall, entrance, vehicle, or facility. The reason why signage transformations can be so impactful, is because signs represent your company in one way or another.

ADA Compliance: Signs

June 3, 2020

If you own or work at an office building, school, hospital, or church, you are most likely familiar with ADA Signage. ADA Signage are signs that must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, which ensures that those with special needs have the proper access to public places and facilities. Here are just a few of the of the ADA Signage requirements.ADA SignsThese signs are typically fabricated with raised text and braille.All text must fall between a specific size range.Signs must be inst...

The 3 WORST FONTS For Signage! (Open at Your Own Risk)

June 3, 2020

In the signage industry, we deal with FONTS on a daily basis. Nearly every sign incorporates text in one way or another. Now, although you may think you know your fonts pretty well, you may be interested to see which POPULAR FONTS we believe you should do your best to stay away from.When fabricating signs, there are 3 THINGS you must consider when evaluating your choice in font.1.

Do Signs Actually Work? Stats & Facts

June 3, 2020

I think we can all agree that a sign is a good thing to have at our businesses. But just how much of a difference does a sign REALLY make? Most of us see a sign as a way to complete our building, make it look more professional, or even as a way to make your building “prettier”.

What are Wayfinding and ADA Signage?

June 3, 2020

Wayfinding and directional signage has become an increasingly important element of creating positive visitor and customer experiences. In a fast-paced world people need to know exactly where they’re going with no confusion.This type of signage spans from reception signs to complex maps for large spaces. Businesses that experience high volumes of people particularly benefit from wayfinding and directional signage to ease the flow of visitors.