The Sign Design Guide

sdg4webThe Sign Design Guide is published jointly by the SDS and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). Written by Peter Barker OBE, BSc (Eng), a member of the Society's Steering Group and by June Fraser ARCA PPCSD, a former Chairman of the Society, the book is concerned with making environments accessible to everyone and addresses the concept of 'inclusive signage'.

Providing clear guidance on producing signs and other wayfinding information, it will not only assist UK users to comply with the Disabilities Discrimination Act, but will be of benefit to other readers in giving guidance on best practice.

Essential reading for architects, designers, wayfinding managers, access officers and sign manufacturers, the Sign Design Guide addresses many information formats - visual, embossed, braille, audible and other wayfinding devices for people with reduced ability.

The Guide costs £25 inc postage* for non-members

Members receive a reduction to £19.50 inc postage*

*Please Note: All postage costing is for posting within the UK. Postage outside the UK may incur an additional charge. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further details.

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