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Sep 3, 2017

Closed for Labor Day

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In recognition of the Labor Day holiday, Photomation will be closed on Monday, September 4th. Traditionally known as the end of summer, Labor Day is also known as the start of another school year and the last day of the year that fashionable ladies can wear white.

Labor Day also marks the beginning of the NFL and college football seasons. The weekend before the first Monday in September is also known as a time for picnics and family gatherings. However you celebrate your Labor Day weekend, enjoy your time off. We will be back, ready to serve you, on Tuesday, September 5th.
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Aug 27, 2017

Increasing Curb Appeal

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Our client, Dogma Pet Portraits, wanted to attract more awareness of their business located on the busy Newport Blvd in Newport Beach, Ca. For this project, the studio owners wanted to use a picture of their recently passed dog to memorialize her as the store’s mascot. They came to Photomation to find a solution.

Cut vinyl letters were added to the arched overhang of the walkway to clearly identify the company inside. Using window perf material, the graphics were sized and printed for each windowpane. Installation was performed by our professional installer and took a couple of hours. During the installation process several people remarked how nice the image looked and they did not know that Dogma was located there.

Dogma Pet Portraits takes amazing pictures of pets and their owners. We highly recommend them to anyone looking to capture the love of a pet and their owner.

If you want to increase your curb appeal, give us a call. We’d be happy to help bring your vision to reality.
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Aug 20, 2017

Building Brand Awareness

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Our client, FirstLine Security, was getting ready to move into their brand new facility. Along with other sign projects, they wanted to put their logo on the front two sides of their Anaheim, Ca. building. They called Photomation to help. The principles of the two companies met through a program conducted by WBENC, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. From that program, a new business relationship was established.

A site visit was arranged and details of what the client was looking for were discussed. Drawings were made for client approval. Once they approved them, permits were pulled and production began.

Using 1″ thick acrylic with a brushed aluminum face, the logo and each letter were cut using our AXYZ router. From there, each edge was painted gray to give the look of solid aluminum…at a fraction of the cost! Our installers used VHB tape and silicone to adhere the letters and logo to the glass building. Installation took several hours to complete.

The client was thrilled with the result. Stay tuned for future Knowledge Bytes to see the rest of the work we did for this client!

Do you have a need for lettering on your building or office walls? If so, give us a call. We’d be happy to help bring your vision to reality.
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Jul 30, 2017

Window Graphics Sell 24/7

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Our client Provident Bank, headquartered in Riverside, California, wanted to update their Mortgage Loan Window Clings. The graphics are placed on the windows of each branch and act like silent salespeople, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To create the graphics, our designers made concepts for each location as the windows are different sizes and proportions at each branch. Once the concepts were approved production files were finalized and printing started using 65/35 Window Perforated material using Latex inks for outdoor durability.

Window clings make a bold statement with custom printed perforated window films. It is the ultimate way to dress up any storefront or office window with business advertising or decor. Perforated window clings appear colorful from the outside, but allow visibility from the inside. With specially-designed micropunctures on just 35% of the material, your graphics achieve a unique one-way appearance that really makes an impact on your marketing efforts.

Installation of the window clings was performed by our team of installers. Some of branches had to be done in the early morning or after hours as the summer heat and direct sunlight can affect the quality of the installation process.

Do you have a storefront or a large amount of windows you would like to turn into a 24/7 salesperson for your organization? If so, give us a call. We’d be happy to help turn your vision into reality.
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Jul 23, 2017

Clearer Visuals Speed Service

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Our client, St. Joseph Heritage Health, needed help identifying two very close patient check-in areas. One counter is for Urgent Care and the other is for Radiology. Their solution was to use large dimensional letters to help guide patients to the right area.

Layouts showing the size of the lettering and its location on the soffit were sent for approval. Once they were approved, we used ½″ black Sintra with a brushed aluminum face to make the 8″ tall letters. Our new AXYZ CNC Router was used to cut out each letter, then a paper template was made for installation.

Installation was performed by our professional installers who worked during the office’s lunchtime when they were closed to patients. The end result is an improved visual for helping patients get to the right check-in area the first time. The staff at the facility was very pleased with the results.

Do you have an area you want to increase traffic and speed up service? If so, give us a call. We’d be happy to turn your vision into reality.
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