Check out our new tactile and braille sign machine. Click here for a video of it in action. And it’s first words… “Nick” engraved on an acrylic plaque that received a metallic finish. Not bad for a test run. With this, we can provide even better signage solutions that are inclusive of visually-challenged individuals.
The Importance of Tactile Signage
A tactile or braille sign isn’t just for show. People who can’t see very well need these things to orient themselves. So there should really be more of these wayfinding signs around out of consideration for those with such requirements. Also, these will let businesses accommodate more customers and employees as well. Fortunately, the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) has regulations designed to help people with special needs.
So, looking for an ADA sign for your workplace? Want your office signs to have tactile and braille features? Contact our San Fernando-based sign company for inquiries.