The Americans with Disabilities Act was landmark legislation passed in 1990. The goal was to provide people with disabilities the capacity to move about freely in restaurants, businesses, or anywhere in the public sphere. You may be ADA compliant already but if you don’t have the right sign to show it, you could be losing business. ADA compliant signs are meant to fully inform. More often than not, business owners are simply trying to cover their legal obligations and will find inexpensive small signs. These signs are sometimes viewed as an obligation rather than an opportunity. At Sign it Quick, we can help you turn a requirement into a revenue generator! Disability doesn’t negate consumerism.
ADA-compliant signs as simple as showing where the stairs or elevators can be found should be placed in high-visibility areas with braille so that anyone can find their way around your space. Apart from signs, word of mouth is still very important to a business. If your customers with disabilities have a pleasant experience at your establishment, if you make their lives easier, guess what? You’ll get great reviews, and a reputation for caring about ALL of your customers.
Your Custom ADA Compliant Signs Can Be Aesthetically Pleasing
There’s no reason that your ADA compliance should get in the way of effective design. In fact, your ADA compliant signs from Sign it Quick can contribute to your overall business atmosphere. With custom ADA compliant signage, you’ll be able to match the signage to your business within the leeway allowed under the regulations. This will ensure that you can do your best to accommodate everyone while maintaining tight control over how you want your business to look and feel on the inside. The more integrated these signs are, the more brand-specific we can help you make them, the more included your customers will feel. No one ever forgets how others make them feel.
Your Custom Signs will Encourage Customers of All Types
You live and die by how well you adapt to your customers. Did you know that National health surveys estimate between 40 and 50 million people, in the US, with some type of disability? That’s a significant portion of the population to accidentally alienate because your sign is too small, is an afterthought, or considered a burden to hang. Get fully integrated custom ADA compliant signs from the pros at Sign it Quick and open your arms to all potential customers.
Believe it or not, those who know people with disabilities will make purchasing decisions based on how easy it is to access your business. Custom signage allows you to go above and beyond the requirements of the ADA and accommodate anyone.
Custom Signage Will Provide Consistency
If you buy your ADA-compliant signage piecemeal, there’s a good chance that the signage will do its job—but little else. After all, one sign bought here and another bought there can lead to an inconsistency that’s confusing and takes away from your ambiance.
Custom signage, on the other hand, will address this problem by providing consistency in color and texture that makes it easier to follow each sign.
If you’re interested in receiving all of these benefits—and many more—then get a custom ADA compliant sign, from Sign It Quick, or simply request a quote for your next project.