We are open to serve are customers during the COVID - 19 outbreak. Some customers are operating as usual. Others have had to drastically alter their operations due to the shutdown.

We are here to help with anyone during this time.

Here are some ideas for printed materials or signs that may help during the COVID - 19 outbreak. We will be updating this page as new ideas come in.

 

Nonprofits - Churches - Schools

Now may be a good time to consider mailing to your donors and members. Many organizations have had to cancel fundraising events, churches have cancelled services, and schools have cancelled classes.

Nonprofits may be able to recoup lost fundraising revenue by mailing appeals or newsletters to donors. They are currently a captive audience happy to receive any non COVID-19 related news.

Churches and schools can also fundraise or inform members or important information through mailings.

 

EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS

Printed materials to help businesses educate their staff and customers about virus related changes or procedures.

  • Sales Sheets
    Brochures/Flyers
    Trading Cards
    Wall and Window Decals (Repositionable)
    Post-It® Notes

Suggested Messaging

Share information on awareness of symptoms and how to contain spreading of any contagious illness.

Continuity of Service
"We are open!"
"Utilities are not going to turn off"
Pass out cards that can reinforce Utilities won't be turned off
Distance learning options and passwords
Important messaging from city or state governments
Use pictures instead of words for children or multi-language settings (like hospitals) by using Trading Cards and variable images/data to talk about different signs of the flu vs Coronavirus.

 

Who can use it?

Literally everyone. 
Whether it's showing what you're doing, reminding people what to do, or telling them what's different, realcommunication is critical.

Examples: Grocery Stores, Hospitals, Convenience Stores, Restaurants, Governments, and more.

 

Where do we use it?

Cash registers
Countertops
Bathrooms
Conference Rooms (next to your Sanitizer)

Entry to a business (next to your Sanitizer)
Trading Cards where you can have variable data to post on the TV in the office, bathrooms, etc.

Walls
Windows
Mirrors

 

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HEALTHCARE & HOSPITALS

Discharge Folders
Flyers
Signs
Prescription Pads
Notepads

Use ideas in other categories as well!

Suggested Messaging

Include instructions for managing ongoing care, summary of the visit, and any feedback requests.
Don't forget new phone numbers or specific COVID-19 related information.

Who can use it?

Useful both for the patient as well as care-givers to manage ongoing care, instructions and follow up.
You may not realize that folders can be produced in 1-2 days and are a quick and inexpensive way to collect and organize information for patients and loved ones.
Examples: Hospitals and other medical facilities

Where do we use it?

Discharge nursing station

 

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CLEANING & SANITIZATION CHARTS

Rack Cards
2-Part Forms
Post-It® Notes
Flyers
Posters
Decals

Distinguish between types of cleaning
  - including Sanitization, Disinfection, and Sterilization 
SANITIZING – to make something clean and healthy, especially by killing bacteria.
SANITIZER – an anti-miocrobial agent that kills or renders inactive 99.9% of all known bacteria, viruses and fungi that are present on a surface.
DISINFECTING – to clean something so as to destroy disease-carrying microorganisms, pathogens and bacteria and thus prevent infection.
DISINFECTANT – an agent that destroys, neutralizes or inhibits the growth of disease-carrying microorganisms. Descriptions of products of this type include the suffix “cide”, meaning to “kill” e.g., bactericide, fungicide, virucide.

Who can use it?

Most companies have already implemented additional cleaning practices, like sanitizing the cash registers every hour at local grocery stores. Show the actual cleaning schedules around your location to communicate to employees or customers what efforts are being done to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


These can be the schedule itself or a form initialing that it's been done:
A simple sticker to say "we're sanitizing all doorknobs and light switches every 30 minutes"


A rack card stuck to a door showing blank lines with spots for initials and times to show your activities.
Location examples: Grocery Stores, Hospitals, Convenience Stores, Restaurants, Governments, and more.

Where do we use it?

End customers can put these around their locations such as:

Door knobs
Light switches
Cash registers
Countertops
Bathrooms
Conference rooms
Lobbies or waiting rooms
Buses and mass transit

 

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TAKE-OUT & DELIVERY | CURBSIDE

Labels
Business Cards "mini menus"
Rack Cards "mini take-out menus"
Sales Sheets

Suggested Messaging

Match your social media

Post your adjusted hours
Include the URL or phone of how to make an order
If you have space, include how to order a gift card to support small businesses

Who can use it?

As restaurants go online for delivery or curbside service, it's critical to get the word out for new ordering options, phone numbers, pickups, or hours. Support small businesses in your community gain more orders.
Examples: Hospitality, Restaurants

Where do we use it?

Give stacks of products to places people can still go - convenience stores, hospitals, grocery stores.

 

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HELP FOR SENIORS

Door Hangers
Rack Cards
Sales Sheets

Suggested Messaging

Listings of items that would be needed - such as groceries, personal care items, or other necessities. 
Tasks lists could also include picking up books from the library or an order from a craft store.

Who can use it?

Nursing Homes or the elderly where they can provide a checklist of their needs to a care attendant, nurse, or neighbor. Items can be dropped at the door.
Examples: Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Centers, Retirement Communities, etc.

Where do we use it?

Products would be given to the elderly through care communities, healthcare organizations, or senior living centers.

The individual would put the item on his/her doorknob or under the door for easy collection the next day.

 

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"STAY 6FT APART"

Floor Decals
Signs
Banners

Suggested Messaging

"Please keep your distance."
"6 Feet Recommended"
#SocialDistancing #MyPersonalBubble
 

Who can use it?

Organizations with foot traffic either to their door or the proverbial counter.  Remind people the importance of social distancing.
Examples: Pharmacies, Grocery Stores, Hospitals, Convenience Stores, Schools with Meal Pickup, Restaurants, and more.

Where do we use it?

Floors - put it directly where people will stand, one after another in a line up to your counter

On the sidewalk - for meal pickups at schools or restaurants

Wall or windows - marking where people should stand

 

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There are so many possibilities to help you succeed through these hard times. Our design team can collaborate via email or over the phone, any ideas you may have that fit your current needs.