Exploring the world of visual communications

by Jennifer DeMarco | May 10, 2022 | blog
Meta’s Foray into Retailing

BLR Visual created the custom-designed exterior blade sign for Meta’s initial foray into retailing to support Oculus product offerings and the Metaverse experience.

by Jennifer DeMarco | May 5, 2022 | blog
Safety Week at Pacific Ridge Builders

BLR customer Pacific Ridge Builders wanted to remind it’s employees and subcontractors that it is Construction Safety Week with temporary banners to post on various job sites. In a rush, BLR was able to provide them to be able to have PRB mount them at their various project sites.

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Construction Safety Week
by Jennifer DeMarco | May 3, 2022 | blog
Safety Construction Week

Safety signage on-site is critical to properly informing employees, subcontractors and site visitors safety and job site rules.

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by Jennifer DeMarco | April 19, 2022 | blog
Branding Flash Global

Flash Global, a leading Silicon Valley tech company, recently moved into new space in Sacramento and added branding to the interior and exterior of its office space as staff returns to the office more often. New wall mounted company logo in lobby with full wall graphics, customer logos on acrylic panels and exterior branding on… View Article

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by Jennifer DeMarco | April 12, 2022 | blog
14 Content Strategies You Should Be Using

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by Jennifer DeMarco | March 29, 2022 | blog
Phone Booth Vinyl Wall Graphics

As part of an extensive graphics program in this corporate office environment, BLR was tasked with doing vinyl wall graphics that matched the walls inside and outside the blocks of “phone booths” to create a sense of continuity to the graphic design esthetic. It also served to create a unique environment for staff that differentiates… View Article

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by Jennifer DeMarco | March 22, 2022 | blog
Workplace Spaces that Ebb and Flow

The pandemic created an unique opportunity for companies to experience what it would be like to work from home, rather than the traditional office place experience. Businesses across the country may still be determining what works best for the company and their employees well-being. LinkedIn’s CEO Ryan Roslansky wrote about trusting each other and that… View Article

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