Nap's ADA Sign Blog — ADA Room Number Signs

Develop your business BRAND into your ADA signage

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Develop your business BRAND into your ADA signage

  Your brand is a perception in the mind of your customers, clients, employees, etc.  It is what people imagine and feel when they think of your business or organization. ADA Signage is a huge part of a company’s branding strategy and when designed the right way can help to build brand awareness.  Incorporating your logo within all your interior signage helps increase impressions and helps your audience to remember your business.   Presenting your brand consistently across all platforms can increase revenue by 23%.  (source www.smallbizgenius.net) Choosing the correct substrates for your interior ADA signs will also help reinforce your brand identity.  For example...

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ADA lodging Signage ... Where's my room?

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ADA lodging Signage ... Where's my room?

The ADA, Americans with Disabilities Act,  is a civil rights law signed by President Bush on July 26, 1990. This law mandates that individuals with disabilities shall have access to jobs, public accommodations, government services, lodging, public transportation, telecommunications ...  Basically is states that all individuals shall be able to participate in, and have full access to all aspects of society. We hope to scratch the surface with this blog about the role ADA Signage plays within the lodging industry. Hotels, motels, inns and apartment complexes must comply fully with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA),  to provide and promote greater accessibility for...

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ADA Rules ~ Are the Permanent Rooms in your building Labeled ?

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ADA Rules ~ Are the Permanent Rooms in your building Labeled ?

ADA Room Number  and ADA Room Name Sign Requirements Keep your building in ADA Compliance with ADA Room Name and ADA Room Number Signs.  Today, the law requires that all public buildings display an ADA Compliant Sign on each permanent room. When determining signage for a facility, a general rule of thumb is - if a room has an entry door, an ADA compliant sign with tactile lettering and braille should identify that room or space.  Any permanent rooms that have permanent fixtures which are are not likely to change require ADA compliant tactile and braille signs. Therefore these rooms are...

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