Monthly Archives: August 2016

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Asda signage

Asda Changes Disabled Signs To Include Invisible Disabilities

A branch of Asda in York has been praised on social media for changing the entrance signage on its toilet doors to cover invisible disabilities, as well as those that people can see. A photograph of the sign – which was spotted by someone with inflammatory bowel disease – appeared on the Crohn’s and Colitis UK’s Facebook page, where it’s garnered well over 9,000 likes, Read More →

Camber sands

Should Camber Sands Have Safety Signs?

After five people died while swimming off an East Sussex beach, it raises the question: could adequate a board signage have saved their lives? Last week (August 24th), Nitharsan Ravi, Inthushan Sri, and brothers Kobi Nathan, Ken Nathan and Kurushanth Anna drowned while swimming off Camber Sands in the afternoon. They joined 25,000 other people on the famous beach as it was the hottest day Read More →

dog sign

5 Unusual Signs From Around The World

It’s certainly interesting to see how other countries design their external signage and to see how it compares to the signs that we here in the UK choose to put up here and there. We’ve just come across this one outside the bathrooms at the Rio Games by US Olympic basketball player Elena Delle Donne that seems to encourage people not to fish in the Read More →

Bonfire on the beach

Beach Fires Spark Need For Signage Boards

Beach fires in Swansea have become such a problem that the local council has had to install signage boards at Langland in order to deter people, making it very plain that open fires are not allowed on the sand or on the steps nearby. A spokesman for the local authority advised people to get in touch with the police if they do see fires like Read More →