Did you know that many of the signs within a building by law need to be ADA-compliant? Any signage that identifies a permanent space inside of a facility including exits, exit routes, evacuation maps, and more must follow ADA guidelines. This means that these signs must have raised text and braille, and follow certain guidelines regarding the font and text (i.e room numbers, room signs, exits, restrooms, etc). Signage that gives direction or information about the spaces of a facility must follow ADA visual guidelines (i.e directional signage, property rules, staff only, no smoking signs, etc.) The only interior signage that does not have to follow ADA requirements are building directories, menus, occupant/room names, building addresses, and any temporary signage.
Here are some examples of ADA and office signage Resource 4 Signs has made.