When you can drop a name like Facebook, that’s a pretty awesome name to be able to drop. Well, during April, we completed this awesome project at their new Menlo Park office building with a wheat paste mural. Together with Butchershop Creative we made this wall come to life. via GIPHY We Had Never Done [...]
When you grow from two people to 10 and from a few projects to over 2,000 jobs, you need a much better way to track all of your designs and shared folders. That’s why Martin Sign Company uses Dropbox Business. For one client in particular like a bakery chain, co-founders Marty Wall and Matt Cella, [...]
One of our newest clients, Malwarebytes in Santa Clara, produces anti-malware software for both Mac and PC computers. It removes adware. It eliminates malware. It’s anti-ransonware. It’s anti-exploit. And it’s free. The company’s founder and CEO, Marcin Kleczynski, is known throughout the industry for his work in cybersecurity. He also is a huge Star Wars [...]
Signs and Banners for a San Francisco Construction Site A construction site is a perfect place to put new signs and banners all throughout the job site. If you are building a new complex in a city like San Francisco you want to create hype and brand awareness for the people that pass the construction [...]
The Problem: Your office is moving and you need to create all new customized ADA compliance signs, but you don’t want to deal with all of the regulations, especially for high-rise buildings and public places. The Solution: Martin Sign Company has made hundreds of ADA signs for all kinds of companies throughout the San Francisco [...]
Gametime Scores a New Sign in Their Hallway Lobby One of our latest projects using 3D acrylic letters we did for Gametime App in San Francisco. Gametime was expanding into a brand new office on Market Street in San Francisco, and that meant that they needed a new sign in their elevator lobby and in [...]
Our latest project was some privacy etch film for one of Lending Club's conference rooms at their headquarters in San Francisco. The glass walls of the conference rooms, although very nice looking, let the people in the room feel like they were in a fishbowl since the hallway adjacent was heavy in traffic. Martin Sign [...]
1. Supplying your sign professional with vector artwork and all fonts outlined will make the turn around time on your sign project go faster.
2. When choosing a color for your sign, make sure the color of your logo has enough contrast from the building wall color to be seen.
3. Sign projects can take a while to do correctly. Make sure you think about your signs early so you are not rushing to put something up in hurry at the end. The larger the project the more time you might need.