To coin a phrase—and one that may have been on a billboard at one time—you’ve come a long way baby.
New technologies have been changing the retail environment, and if you are a cutting-edge signage provider, it’s an exciting time of wild and crazy experimentation.
The world of visual communications continues to evolve at an unprecedented rate. Why should you be excited about it?
Embracing the online video revolution
Today's designers need to realize creative ideas flexibly and affordably. Digital print makes design reproduction practical and affordable.
Wide-format PSPs are involved with multi-media marketing campaigns for all types of companies, but how do they ensure their name is out in front of their customers—and prospects?
More PSPs are seeing the ‘go-wide’ light go on, including Spartan Printing: once a blueprint specialist and now a trade printer.
These days, solvent printers get a bad rap, but they shouldn’t. At least not when they're used for outdoor applications.
Sign regulations and requirements vary by state and city. What do you need to know to navigate through the system?
HP and Duggal help to transform New York City’s skyline through art
The new year ushered in various changes, but even bigger opportunities lie ahead.
While there are differences in approach when designing business signs or vehicle wraps, the overarching goal for both is to reinforce the brand.
As a small business owner, building a solid B2B marketing strategy is the key to maintaining strong business relationships.
Wide-format technology heats up this February in Miami Beach at GOA's 40th Anniversary show
Given our culture’s love affair with cars, vehicle graphics can be a sexy and exciting market to be in.
With a little bit of "wow" from specialty inks, PSPs can create impactful, high-quality, and eye-catching graphics.
Taking advantage of industry training builds better businesses and can inspire owners to greatness.
Printing was performed on a 64-inch Mutoh ValueJet 1624 at Fast Trac Designs, Phoenix.
FastSigns of Saratoga may only have opened its doors last June, but it has already started building an impressive catalog of work.
WFI's readers weigh in with their picks for the Top Products of 2009.
There was a time when many wide-format imaging pros were skittish about the idea of moving away from OEM inks recommended for their printers. Now, more and more wide-format imaging professionals make the switch to third-party alternative inks.
A handy reference guide to the latest products on the show floor at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Durst's 126-inch-wide Rho 320R large-format UV printer sets raises the bar for production inkjet roll printing.
Bigger is better—at least when grand-format prints are involved. From building wraps to billboards, grand-format print providers produce thousands of feet of graphics and signage every year. Wide-Format Imaging takes its annual look at this market by...
Laminators are a key component to successful wide-format print finishing, but how do you ensure you purchase the right one for your company?