Companies come to us all the time for graphics for the interior of their office, whether it be a graphic that makes their logo pop or a giclee print that showcases their past work. Either way, no matter what business you’re in, there are different ways to use graphics inside your office.
Here are the 3 best ways graphics can be utilized within an office setting:
The Exceptional Foundation’s 11th Annual Chili Cook-Off is Saturday, March 7th in the parking lot of Brookwood Village! To help them spread the word about the upcoming event to as many people as possible we were able to donate yard signs that supporters could put in their front yard, at their neighborhood entrances, or place of business.
This is such a great community event that benefits such an amazing local organization, that we encourage everyone to attend. If you don’t know much about the Exceptional Foundation, it’s a nonprofit that provides social and recreational activities for individuals with special needs.
Scanning and archiving documents is essential for businesses. If you’re one of the business owners that keeps putting it off, you may want to think seriously about taking action sooner rather than later. The reality is that you never know what can happen at your place of business. Storing all of your important paper documents in one location could lead to devastating losses if something were to happen.
At Alabama Graphics, our document imaging services can quickly scan your paper documents and convert them to efficient, space saving digital files. Not only will this help keep your documents safe and protected in case of emergency, but you’ll no longer have to deal with lost records and expensive storage space.
At ALGX we love Milo’s Hamburgers! But then again, who doesn’t? They’ve been around for years, and anyone who’s eaten their food is an instant fan.
We’ve enjoyed helping out with their expansion by printing items such as menu boards, drive thru menus and drink dispensers, for their new locations. But now we’re excited about their new venture.
If you happened to pass by Milo’s Burger Shop on 19th Street in Birmingham yesterday, you may have noticed their new window graphics announcing their new offering— Continue reading
On Sunday, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) began running commercials for its three year-long public awareness campaign called “Look Up!” The organization is encouraging people to look up and view the world through the eyes of an architect and take on a new appreciation for the contributions that they make to our daily lives.
At ALGX, we’re extremely excited about this campaign that’s seeking to raise awareness about the profession and understand just how much it impacts all of us every single day.
We feel that the messages that AIA is working to convey are extremely important, and we’re happy to give them our full support on their new initiative.
At ALGX, we strongly believe in contributing to the communities in which we live and work. Every year, our company makes donations and sponsors various charitable events that we feel passionately about. These organizations include the Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, Humane Society and many others.
Take a look at some of the charitable groups that our Montgomery office worked with throughout 2014.
Design Innovations, located in the Russell Medical Center in Alexander City, had decided to redo their entire cafeteria.
They came to us wanting us to add that special touch to the signage. Though the cafeteria renovations are still underway, here’s a look at the finished project on our end!
Alabama Graphics has been the state’s preferred digital printing and Digital ColorExperts for more than 50 years. From wide-format AEC prints to banners, signs and collateral material, Alabama Graphics is a proven solution for all your printing needs. Learn more at AlabamaGraphics.com or click here to contact us.