Accessibility is all important for people with visual impairment

April 24th, 2013


We are proud to promote high standards in signage and promote accessibility for all:

  • Safety and legibility of signs for all users is essential, visually impaired and non-English/ Irish speakers are a key consideration.
  • Comply with Irish Language Legislation
  • Provide a versatile way of displaying information, location maps, history and heritage
  • Professional well-placed signs enhance the unique characteristics of the architecture of any building or environment.
  • Clear contrast between panel colour and text colour and the extensive use of icons help all user groups to make intuitive choices, irrespective of age, language or culture.

As signage is now considered part of the physical environment, balancing the demands of Wayfinding, safety, brand and visual quality is all-important. 

The  NDA – National Disability Authority  - what they do:

The National Disability Authority is the independent state body providing expert advice on disability policy and practice to the Minister, and promoting Universal Design in Ireland. 

We are proud to have carried out Wayfinding and installed signage in the following:

Award winning projectsto mention just a few:

Congratulations to:

Mayo County Council             Belmullet Area Offices

K Leisure Naas and Athy

DLR Leisure Services Meadowbrook

Cork County Hall


Click here to view August 2010 Accessibility

Click here to view Accessibility in a Library setting 2010

Click here to view Accessibility in a Municipal Setting