The latest edition of Sign Africa Journal is online. The front cover story focuses on Fujifilm’s Acuity Ultra platform, which widens printing horizons. New features unveiled at FESPA 2019, and a growing number of successful installations, are proof of the ever-widening possibilities the Acuity Ultra provides.
Other features include:
Retail Signage Printed On-Demand Can Improve Customer Experience And Sales
Customer experience is increasingly being prioritised as a key differentiator, particularly within the food and beverage market.
Asking The Right Questions When Executing A Sign Job
It’s important to ensure that a sign job is carried out correctly, accurately and timeously.
Sign And Display Company Leads The Way With Compostable Plastic
Plastic plays a role in all walks of life and its alternative, compostable plastic, can combat the increasingly harmful impacts of pollution.
Putting Print At The Heart Of The Brand Experience
Over the last decade, retail brand owners have come to the growing realisation that traditional marketing is no longer enough to increase footfall to their stores and boost sales.
Adding A Visual Kick To Your Signage: Put A Little Curve On It
You see a lot of flat signs, and you see a fair amount of 3D signs with flat layers — but you don’t see very many signs with curved panels or curved faces.
Let Your Business Explode With Possibilities In Signage And Print
Registrations are open for the Sign Africa and FESPA Africa expo, being held at Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg, from 11-13 September. Read about the exciting educational features available.