This post discusses how a forty foot vinyl banner is used as part of an ongoing University of Arizona softball project. Record crowds were able to view the Championship Wall during the Regional and Super Regional games.
This blog discusses ADA compliant signs utilizing raster bead technology. An acrylic or metal braille dot is injected into the substrate (in this case acrylic). If clear acrylic is used, any full color, design or photograph can be incorporated.
Graphic Impact produces signs for a number of national clients. In this blog we discuss why Gator Board was chosen and the advantages over other types of material.
We discuss flat bed printing in this post. This means that a piece of almost any type of material up to two inches in depth and and any length can be printed in full color in a matter of minutes. Our least expensive materials such as coroplast signs or foam core signs become a full color photograph or logo for which you can be proud.
This blog discusses printed ADA Braille signs. We show how a sign, with the latest technology, is fabricated in full photographic color. There are no minimum and many times are less expensive than other methods.