braille signs, are they necessary?
Ok im going to ask your opinion on this one, but please do not think im being funny or having a laugh at other people less fortunate than us. The topic? Braille signs….
I know signlab lets us have the option if we want to make them or not and I know a lot of trade suppliers offer there range. But why do we need them or should I say, do you think they are any use?
Again not being funny but how does the blind people know where the sign is? Its all very well these big fancy office blocks having them but I think this is some gimmick for them to have a pat on the back for helping the blind when if this was really there intension then they could have done something a bit more useful.
Im not sure how, or even if they exist already. But maybe if there was a bleep noise every time someone passed one of these signs. Letting the blind person know there was a sign there. “Somewhere”.
Or what about a small sensor so when you passed it a voice may say “accounts department” or “customer help”,
“Ladies toilets” and so on….
Just one of those things that niggle me when I see them… so I thought I would niggle you for your opinion.
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