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Illumination: Ongoing developments for LEDs in signs and displays

Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are used in a variety of both stationary and mobile signs and displays. They have become integral components of illuminated building façades, stadium scoreboards, large outdoor digital billboards, smaller indoor retail displays, taxi signs, restaurant and supermarket signs, internally illuminated and halo-lit channel letters, etc.

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Wide-format Graphics: Today’s print and media mix

Digital printing is now well-established as the primary production method in the sign and graphics market, but it is being used in many different ways. The International Sign Association (ISA) recently released a new study conducted by InfoTrends in consideration of the importance of wide-format digital printing and dye sublimation to today’s sign and graphics industry.

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2015 State of the Industry report

Sign Media Canada takes a look at the sign industry and what the future has in store. It has been several years now since the Canadian sign and billboard industry suffered the negative impacts of a global recession—and market dynamics have certainly changed for the better.

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How to advertise your way out of business

Too many companies today are advertising their way out of business with low-quality signage. Unfortunately, their owners do not seem to realize the highly negative impact such signs can cause. A recent, large-scale study helped to illustrate the substantial importance of high-quality signage to a customer-facing business.

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