Sign Design Guide

Sign Design Society and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).EPSON scanner image
Written by Peter Barker OBE, BSc (Eng)  and June Fraser ARCA PPCSD

Publication date: 2000
Ranking: essential

The book is concerned with making environments accessible to everyone and addresses the concept of ‘inclusive signage’. It provides clear guidance on producing signs and other wayfinding information. It addresses many information formats – visual, embossed, braille, audible and other wayfinding devices for mobility impaired people.

How to view a copy
North Somerset Council staff may view a hard copy by contacting the council’s Access Officer. Alternatively, follow this link to the Sign Design Society website

To obtain a copy in an alternative format or language
Write to:
Sign Design Society,
235 Kennington Road,
London, SE11 6BY

 Telephone: 020 7091 4273
Email: enquires@signdesignsociety.co.uk

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Posted in Accessible Information, Design Standards (Buildings), Design Standards (Environment), Disability, Signage
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