Tactile Maps and images are simplified, enlarged versions of a printed image that
can be read by a visually impaired person using just their fingertips.
Tactile information allows access to visual graphical information for blind and partially
sighted people and can give visitors an accessible floor plan of your building, allowing
them to find and use the facilities within a venue with more confidence and independence.
To illustrate the range of uses, on the left you can see a comprehensive tactile
map of a venue and a simplified tactile version of a teddy bear.
If you have a need to produce a map, floor plan or image in a tactile format, please
contact us and we can advise you on the best way to produce it for you.
Self adhesive clear Braille stickers are used in many ways from labelling CDs to
We can supply various sizes to suit different needs, all on the same high specification
You can see on the left a Braille sticker being used on the back of a business card,
however, we can supply labels up to A4 in size and the durability of these braille
stickers means that they can be used in many places in the home office or industry.