ADA signs are signs made to conform with the American Disabilities Act. The act stipulates whether or not an ADA sign is required and where the sign should or should not be installed. It also provides guidelines for signage font, spacing, letter size, color contrast, and other details. Signs are considered ADA-compliant signs if they follow all the guidelines in the ADA. The main uses for ADA signs are to assist people with differences in ability, especially those pertaining to sight, in understanding signage quickly and conveniently.
Four broad categories of ADA signs are:
The most famous ADA sign is probably the Wheelchair Symbol. This blue square sign overlaid with a white image of a person using a wheelchair is ubiquitous around public buildings. Other common ADA signs include ADA bathroom signs and ADA braille signs. The latter is meant to be readable by people without sight through touch. We design custom braille signs and other accessible signage for all types of buildings and offices.
If you are looking for ADA signage in Orlando, Paradise Signs and Graphics has a highly trained, experienced, and professional Orlando area team that will consult extensively with you. Our expert staff will design, manufacture and install your ADA signs in full compliance with the ADA. Furthermore, our signs will complement your branding and marketing strategies to boost sales by attracting customers from all walks of life.
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