Signage Sourcebook (2003)

US Small Business Administration’s Guide for Sign Use.   01_cover 02_forwrd_acknwl_&_contents 03_science_intro 04_science_chapt_1 05_science_chapt_2 06_science_chapt_3 10_science_chapt_7 11_science_chapt_8 12_value_intro 13_value_chapt_1 14_value_chapt_2 15_value_chapt_3 16_value_chap_4 17_value_chapt_5 18_value_chapt_6 19_value_chapt_7 20_legal_intro 21_legal_chapt_1 22_legal_chapt_2 23_legal_chapt_3 24_legal_chapt_4 25_legal_chapt_5 26_legal_chapt_6 27_legal_chapt_7 28_legal_chapt_8 29_legal_chapt_9 30_legal_chapt_10 31_legal_chapt_11 32_legal_chapt_12 33_policy_intro 34_policy_chapt_1 35_policy_chapt_2 36_policy_chapt_3 37_policy_chapt_4 38_policy_chapt_5 39_policy_chapt_6 40_policy_chapt_7 41_policy_chapt_8 42_policy_chapt_9 43_policy_chapt_10 44_policy_chapt_11 45_policy_chapt_12 46_policy_chapt_13 47_glossary 48_index

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Sign Research Foundation Releases Typography Executive Summary

“Typography, Placemaking and Signs,” the four-part white paper series originally released by the Sign Research Foundation (SRF) in 2014, is now available, free of charge, in a four-page executive summary. Written by the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Craig Berger, and produced by SRF, the paper includes: The History of Typography and Place; Environmental Typography Best Practices; […]

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How Does the Americans with Disabilities Act Regulate Signage?

Undoubtedly, no aspect of any kind of signage regulations is more exacting, or likely to be altered, than those governed by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which was originally enacted in 1990. Primarily, this concerned access for people with disabilities, such as wheelchair ramps, railings, handicapped parking, etc. But it also included stipulations for […]

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