Washington, DC, June 23, 2016 – New research from the Signage Foundation provides an overview of the technologies, methodologies and materials shaping the digital printing industry. It includes thoughts on how these technologies impact the sign and graphics industry, as well as how designers, fabricators and manufacturers are navigating digital printing processes.
“Digital Print Trends and Technologies in the Sign and Graphics Industry,” was compiled by Craig Berger, Chair, Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design, Fashion Institute of Technology, Berger, who has produced numerous research projects for the Signage Foundation, sought insight from leading environmental graphic designers, sign companies, and print product manufacturers.
“It is clear that this aspect of the sign and graphics industry is undergoing fundamental change,” said Duane Laska, chair of the Signage Foundation’s Board of Trustees. “This research explores how those changes are impacting the work that designers and sign manufacturers perform every day.”
“Digital Print Trends and Technologies in the Sign and Graphics Industry” is available at www.thesignagefoundation.org in the research library or via this link.
About The Signage Foundation
The Signage Foundation is a 501© (3), non-profit organization dedicated to creating safe, livable, and thriving communities through sign research and education. The Signage Foundation is the only research organization advancing the science, technology, design, placement and regulation of signs. The Foundation facilitates dialogue with architects, urban planners, developers and other stakeholders to build stronger, safer and more successful communities.
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