Tag Archives: Bespoke Signage

Is Your Bespoke Signage Dementia-Friendly?

Changes to the bespoke signage for public toilet facilities has been in the news for quite some time now, with all sorts of big name brands taking action to ensure that the signs are fully inclusive to cover those who may have invisible disabilities. But what about people who are living with dementia and finding day-to-day life an ever-increasing struggle? Mary Marshall of the University Read More →

Should There Be Street Signs In Several Languages?

Brits take it for granted that street signs in the UK will be in English, but this does not necessarily reflect the communities that live in certain areas. Somewhere this issue is being hotly debated is Pennsylvania, USA, where democratic councilman Julio Guridy called for Spanish external signage to be used on Allentown’s Seventh Street, the Associated Press reported. He states that as the Hispanic Read More →

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‘Confusing’ Street Signage See Drivers Take 5-Mile Diversions

When it comes to designing bespoke signage for your business, you do have to be careful that you’re not going to end up confusing people or you could do more harm than good… which is why it’s so important to hire professionals who know what they’re doing when it comes to road signs and more. According to the Lancashire Telegraph, road signs that were put Read More →

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Ferry Firm Changes Toilet Signs To Accommodate Transgender People

Ferry company Condor has taken the decision to change the signs on their toilet doors after a complaint of discrimination against the company was upheld by a tribunal. Instead of the words ‘ladies’ and ‘gentlemen’, male and female gender symbols are now being used instead. Transgender passenger Erin Bisson, a 40-year-old taxi driver from Jersey, said she was left embarrassed after she was told to Read More →

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Chelmsford Reveals New Town Signs After 4-Yr Wait

The people of Chelmsford have been waiting four years for their new town signs, but now the wait is over after the city council has revealed the 11 brown board signage finished pieces. They were delivered to Essex Highways earlier this week, after Chelmsford City Council failed to agree on the designs and wording of the signs for four years, the Essex Chronicle reported. Indeed, Read More →