Standard Colors
This shows you the standard colors and tells you about them. Note that the colors of the actual finished sign will vary from the colors shown on your screen below. If you don't see a color you need, we can mix special colors for many items using the Pantone Matching System.

Black
Black on white or yellow is the best combination for readability.
Brown
An excellent color for readability. Underused.
Plum
An underused and decent color for readability.
Purple
A so-so color for readability
Violet
A brighter color for when catching eyes is the goal.
Navy Blue
A fantastic choice for readability.
Royal Blue
The most popular blue. A good compromise between readability and eye-catching.
Medium Blue
An OK color for readability or accent
Sky Blue
Works best as an accent or highlight color but can also be used as main color.
Teal
An underused, decent color for readability.
Forest Green
Good for readability but we think it blends in with surrounding landscape.
Emerald Green
This is a medium shade of green. Not so great for readability.
Spring Green
Used mostly as a second accent color.
Lime Green
Should be used only as a background, highlight or accent color.
Burgundy
A very good color for readability.
Red
Red isn't very good for readability, but it does catch the eye.
Magenta
Used mostly as a highlight or accent color but can be used for text. So-so for readability.
Burnt Orange
A decent, underused color for good readability.
Orange
Used mostly as a highlight or accent color but can be used for text. So-so for readability.
Yellow
Should be used only as a background, highlight or accent color or against darker colors.
White
Should be used only as a background or against darker colors.

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