Thursday, August 14, 2008

Art Display Gets a Digital Face-Lift

Art Display Co., a sign and awning manufacturer in the Washington DC metro area with more than 60 years experience, thought it was time to refresh its online presence. Customers frequently want to see the latest in technology and environmental design, compare what was designed for others in their industry and get new ideas for their next project. The previous web site was more than 6 years old and didn’t allow for quick additions of new projects and features.

New web technology has enabled Art Display Co. to keep up and deliver image-rich content that is both educational and inspirational. Pages have dynamic content, allowing newly completed projects to be added automatically at the top. The projects are organized by industry type – retail, residential, corporate, etc. If, for example, a property manager or a restaurant owner is not familiar with the various types of signage, she can check out the corresponding section for ideas and research the case studies for more.

The recently redesigned website has lots of room for expansion. Visitors will soon be able to find information on industry related terminology and fabrication insights to help them understand the process. A color chart will soon be added to the artwork submission guidelines and letter visibility chart.

Art Display Co. offers design and fabrication of environmental graphics, ranging from banners, awnings and canopies, neon and LED illuminated signage to comprehensive plans for multi-use projects complete with shopping center pylons, monument signs wayfinding and ADA signs. Recent projects include channel letters and promotional graphics for the Washington Nationals Stadium, complete sign package for the mixed-use development Park Place Annapolis, leasing center graphics for Millville by the Sea in Delaware and fabricating the structure for the Butterfly Pavilion in the Natural History Museum.

For more information contact:

Diana Cheshmedjiev, Senior Designer

Arthur Goldberg, Executive Vice President

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Millville by the Sea

Signweb recently featured on their Design & Gallery Channel an article about Millville by the Sea, complete with photos and Arthur Goldberg's insights on the project.

Millville by the Sea Memoirs