Ritika Sherry

Ritika is a content manager for SmartSign. Her talents include research, technical writing, and losing her phone at the first chance she gets. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Pune University, India, she set off to test her writing skills (still in beta mode). Now, with over three years of experience in content writing, she has produced and managed content for multiple websites (automobiles, glamour, fashion, and travel.) Presently, she helps her team of writers wrap their head around the wonderful world of signage.

rss feed

Ritika Sherry's Latest Posts

Breast Self-Examination Tags: Simple Steps to Greater Health

Breast Self-Examination Tags: Simple Steps to Greater Health

| June 30, 2017

According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, up to 70% of breast cancers are detected by women who perform a breast self-examination. Education about noninvasive self-diagnosis of breasts can be a powerful tool given to women who may be at risk. Our Breast Self-Examination Tags are a small yet important aid for women who want […]

Continue Reading

Key Drop Signs Are Important for a 24-7 World

Key Drop Signs Are Important for a 24-7 World

| May 26, 2017

Traditionally, key drops were used at hotels to help the staff manage housekeeping and prevent theft of lost keys. But they have other uses, too! If you run an auto service or a car rental, or even a vacation rental, you understand that key drops are indispensable. Whether it’s keeping your customers’ keys secure or […]

Continue Reading

Invest in Backpack Tags to Make School Pick-Ups Safe and Organized

Invest in Backpack Tags to Make School Pick-Ups Safe and Organized

| April 19, 2017

Minimizing traffic jams isn’t the only reason schools have pick-up and drop-off policies. Kids are sometimes difficult to handle, and it’s often best to be coordinating with parents in advance about a student’s route to and from school. Despite all this, pick-up and drop off can make parents nervous and frustrated, especially when a new […]

Continue Reading

Choose the Right Hall Pass for Your School

Choose the Right Hall Pass for Your School

| April 6, 2017

The internet has no shortage of hilarious hall passes that go viral. A globe. A plastic baby. An oversized pencil. But if you’re looking for something more practical for your students, we suggest you consider MyDoorSign’s hall passes. Durable Having sturdy hall passes is as important as having an efficient hall pass system. Disposable hall […]

Continue Reading

Think Clean Signs for Focus, Health, and Safety

Think Clean Signs for Focus, Health, and Safety

| March 30, 2017

A study published in the Journal of Consumer Research involved participants solving a puzzle in a clean and a cluttered room. The participants who were sitting in a clean environment persisted with the task in hand longer than those in the cluttered room where the participants gave up quickly. The researchers concluded that the mess […]

Continue Reading

23 years after the ADA, Amtrak stations still inaccessible

23 years after the ADA, Amtrak stations still inaccessible

| March 17, 2017

The National Disability Rights Network reveals that several of the country’s Amtrak stations remain inaccessible for people with disabilities. A report published by the network on the 23rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) discloses Amtrak’s inefficiencies. The ADA advocates and allied groups, who visited Amtrak stations in July and August this year, […]

Continue Reading

E-cigarettes at work: Vaping while waiting for the FDA’s decision

E-cigarettes at work: Vaping while waiting for the FDA’s decision

| March 16, 2017

E-cigarettes, a relatively new entrant in the commercial nicotine industry have the government, manufacturers, and employers all in a fix. While manufacturers are anxiously waiting for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to decide how it will choose to regulate e-cigarettes, companies are wondering how to react to its growing use among employees. Should we […]

Continue Reading

Dining at your desk? Here’s the lunch etiquette you should follow

Dining at your desk? Here’s the lunch etiquette you should follow

| March 14, 2017

For some time now, the culture of long lingering lunches has been replaced by a quick meal at the desk. Reasons for this lifestyle shift range from meeting impossible deadlines, overachieving at work, to simply wanting to spend more time with family. According to a Gallup survey, nearly 67 percent of American workers eat at […]

Continue Reading

Mind your manners, corporate America

Mind your manners, corporate America

| January 7, 2014

America’s got 99 problems and incivility is one. An online survey by Weber Shandwick and Powell Tate reveals that American businesses rank poorly when it comes to treating customers right. Of the 1000 adults surveyed, 54 percent decided never to buy from a company after being treated discourteously, and 43 percent advised others not to […]

Continue Reading

Top