ADA-compliant signage provides vital wayfinding information to the blind, visually-impaired and mobility-impaired so that they can easily navigate through a building.
The ADA sets design standards for signs that identify a room, space or area as well as signs that relay relevant information about public settings. ADA signage is required by law for facilities and buildings, both public and private, with ten or more employees.
In general, ADA-compliant signs feature a non-glare finish, raised letters, graphics, braille and other tactile elements. Follow our guide below for an overview of ADA signage regulations.