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Why is ADA Accessibility Important for Non-Profits?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects individuals with disabilities and covers all employers of 15 or more employees, for-profit, and nonprofit alike. Learn about ADA accessibility and how signage plays a role.

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Favorite Signs of 2019 - Winner Announced!

We nominated, the public voted, and here's the winner of the #FavoriteSignsof2019. Donor walls, interior signage, exterior signage, stadium signage, theatre signage, it's all represented in projects from 2019. View all the details here and vote @ASILatimerGroup Facebook page.

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Enhance Every Experience With Near Field Communication (NFC)

Near Field Communication (NFC) allows anyone with a smartphone, the ability to interact with signage through these tags and make static signage interactive. 4 Benefits and All The Possibilities.

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3 Signage Material Swaps You’ll Appreciate

Advances in technology have made it possible to produce durable, lightweight materials to use for ADA code signage, donor recognition walls and signs, exterior signage, and interior signage.

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Recognition Systems: Start Small To End Big

The ASI team knows a thing or two about donor campaigns and recognition displays. We suggest you follow these small steps to recognizing your donors in a creative, thoughtful way.

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Our Favorite Signs from 2017

In the Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois territories we really had some fun in 2017. We'd like to share just a few of our favorite signs from last year.

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2016 Featured Projects: Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado

As this year comes to a close, we take a moment to reflect and share our great appreciation to all of you for our successes of 2016. Giving a nod to each of our regional offices, it was difficult to choose a featured project for the year. We think you’ll like these!

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Signs of Hope - How the Cedar Rapids Public Library Overcame a Flood

In 2008, a flood completely destroyed the Cedar Rapids downtown Public Library building, along with half of the library's collection. The library reopened in August 2013 and saw an astounding 600,000 visits from the community in its first year of service.

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