Three words sum
should have a matt
The lettering will
The edge will
The Braille should be directly under the raised text.
The Disability Discrimination Act 1995
From 2004 it is now unlawful, for those providing services directly to the public,
to do so on different terms to a disabled (blind & partially sighted) person.
In short this means more and more businesses and organisations are becoming
fully DDA 1995 compliant by installing Braille & Tactile Signs.
A Braille & Tactile Sign is designed to be used by blind & partially sighted people
together with normally sighted people. It looks similar to a normal sign, with
some subtle differences as shown below.
Positioning and height of the signs is also very important.
Should you have any questions please call or e-mail we are
happy to help with any questions you may have.