In the UK there are over 2 million people with a sight problem and almost 20,000 people using Braille. Braille is a way of representing text with a series of raised dots allowing blind people to read with their fingers. The six dots that make up Braille translate into letters of the alphabet, numbers, symbols and common words. The sharp contrasting and prominent Tactile letters allow partially sighted people to visualize signs much easier.
We can supply grade 1 Braille which represents letter for letter and is used for single and shorter wording signs and also grade 2 which is an abbreviated form, this is used for longer sentences. As well as tactile signage with raised letters and diagrams to aid the partially sighted around buildings, all of which are fully DDA compliant.
If you require any further information please contact us and we will be more than happy to assist and maybe give you some advice or a quote.