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My latest assignment is to write signage guidelines for our corporate
communications handbook. These will be used for signs at our various
company locations, including office buildings and field drillsites. My
starting materials are some documentation from an architectural firm and
lots of "do & don't" photographs.
Any suggestions for issues I should address or recommended references?