16 Things you missed in 2015

Thank You for an Amazing 2015. Happy New Year and we look forward to continuing doing business with you in 2016!

  1. 2 Point Touch on Digital Displays allows pinch, zoom, and twist on digitals screens, similar to smartphones.
  2. Shadow Boards are a perfect way to keep the workshop tidy like a tools station, cleaning station, making a place for everything and everything in its place!
  3. LED Signage comes in modular panels and thus can be fabricated in various shapes and sizes including curved shapes.
  4. Vehicle livery/wraps can have reflective vinyl perfect for night time.
  5. Mesh Café Banners can enhance your café’s outdoor seating area and will re-enforce your brand in a crowded marketplace.
  6. Flags are another very popular way to extend your brand identity. Flags are also popularly used to welcome customers.
  7. Digital Touch Screens look like a giant smartphone and almost behave like one! There are a number of applications being developed to enhance user experience on digital signage.
  8. Sturdy & lightweight telescopic pop-up banners can be adjusted into a number of positions.
  9. Our large format UV printer can easily print directly onto a wide range of substrate including on polycarbonate sheets and wooden doors!
  10. 300 meters: Combined height of all the large external signage installed on buildings by our team this year, which is equivalent to the height of the Eiffel Tower.
  11. 4000 LED bulbs are in the Illuminated sign trays at Tottenham Hale Retail Park.
  12. Voice of Siri is amongst one of our followers on Twitter!
  13. We sponsored 5 (football) Match balls this year.
  14. Vehicle Wrap can easily be taken off retaining the original colour of the vehicle.
  15. 105” is the largest single LCD screen that you can get. Further sizes can be achieved by video walls
  16. Paper fold: Irrespective of the size of paper, if you were to fold a paper in half it can only be folded seven times.
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