Where do you locate Braille signs for people who can’t see?
When considering fitting Braille signs, the consistency of their location is of paramount importance; it is common sense that a Braille sign is only useful if the intended user groups know where to find them…
Architectural Symbols & Signs are the only company who has addressed the big issue of consistency of location for Braille signs, which is why we designed and now manufacture finger push plates for doors with Braille messages. By using these products the geographical area that people have to search for information is greatly reduced. (See an image below).
All ‘Louis Range’ Braille signs supplied by Architectural Symbols and Signs have been constructed to the highest standards using high quality metals.
All Braille signs comply with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) and come with favourable properties, including chamfered edges for safety and self-adhesive backings for quick installation, meaning no need for drilling holes.
Furthermore, the quality metal that we use offers durability and a smooth surface, which sets it apart from other Braille signs produced by many other companies in the industry.
We are well respected for our Braille finger push plates for doors and are currently the only company in the world that manufacture these.
Examples of Braille Signs:
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Braille Signs Properties
Braille finger push plate sign – dimensions: The standard Braille sign sizes supplied by Architectural Symbols and Signs are 12 inches x 4 inches and 12 inches x 3 inches; however, we can also offer custom built Braille signs depending on your needs.
Braille Strips Another area where Architectural Symbols and Signs excel is in the production of Braille strips; again a unique design by AS&S. These handy Braille signs are used by many organisations that want to offer Braille signage in lots of different areas.
Braille signs, materials and colour: Our Braille signs are made from hardwearing and stylish materials including:
We have many reasonably priced products on offer to help blind and visually impaired people besides Braille signs, such as handy key fobs for example – see below:
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Architectural Symbols & Signs also provide signs for the applications listed below and many more… Please contact us, we would be happy to assist with your signage needs.
General Braille Signs, Braille Signs for Courts, Braille Signs for Design Led and Listed Buildings, Braille Signs for External Use/Vandal Resistant, Braille Signs for Leisure Centres, Braille Signs for Theatres, Braille Signs for Public Toilets/Vandal Resistant
General Tactile and Moon Signs, Tactile Signs for Courts, Tactile Signs for Design Led and Listed Buildings, Tactile Signs for External Use/Vandal Resistant, Tactile Signs for Leisure Centres, Tactile Signs for Theatres Tactile Hand Rail Step Indicators
Let our experts assist you by conducting an audit/walkthrough of your buildings with you to guide you as to which signs you will require for DDA compliance.