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ADA compliance and Your School

Posted by Frank Murch | May 18, 2017 10:00:00 AM

There is a growing problem of "drive by" law suits involving ADA signs. The Florida Legislature is working on laws to steam lawsuits involving the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). These Lawsuits have doubled in the last six years. There is an entire industry around finding and exploiting violations. Are you safe?

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Transgender Restroom ADA Signs controversy and how to deal with it

Posted by Frank Murch | Feb 22, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Looking for Gender Neutral Restroom Sign?

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Topics: ADA, ADA Fonts, ADA Colors, ADA sign Placement, ada Sign Pictograms, cheat sheet for the ADA signs

What Is Braille?

Posted by Frank Murch | Dec 22, 2015 8:00:00 AM

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Topics: ADA sign Placement, Where ADA Signs are required, ADA, ADA Signs San Marcos CA, ADA Signs Oceanside CA, ADA Signs Escondido CA, ADA Signs Vista CA, ADA Signs Carlsbad CA, ADA Signs San Clamente CA, ADA Signs Dana Point CA

Would you fail ADA Sign inspection?

Posted by Frank Murch | Dec 10, 2015 8:30:00 AM

Did your ADA sign fail inspection? Many designers view ADA as a building code. It is really a civil rights law. These are two different things. Building inspectors and Planning review and sign off on plans using interpretations of the law and local policies. Buildings, Architects and Designers think the project is compliant because it passes. The reality is there can be ADA issues resulting in a lawsuit. This can start small like the lack of accessible parking, railings are not compliant or signs are wrong.

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Topics: ADA requirements, ADA sign Placement, ADA Fonts, ADA Colors, disabled building signs, Grade 2 Braille, Grade 3 Braille, ADA, Louis Braille, what is Braille?, ADA Signs, ADA Signs San Marcos CA, ADA Signs Oceanside CA, ADA Signs San Clemente CA, ADA Signs Escondido CA, ADA Signs Vista CA, Restroom signs, ADA Signs Carlsbad CA, ADA Signs Dana Point CA

What the Font – The ABCs of ADA Signage Fonts

Posted by Frank Murch | Dec 8, 2015 8:30:00 AM

What is a font? A font is a shape style for a letter. ADA Sign designers use fonts to give a word an interesting look or feel. You probably know this from using word processors. Arial and Helvetica and two common fonts.

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Topics: ADA requirements, ADA sign Placement, ADA Fonts, ADA

Did you use the wrong Braille on your sign??

Posted by Frank Murch | Jul 4, 2013 10:04:00 AM

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Topics: ADA requirements, ADA sign Placement, ADA Fonts, ADA Colors, disabled building signs, Grade 2 Braille, Grade 3 Braille, ADA, Grade 1 Braille, Louis Braille, what is Braille?

Free White paper on ADA Signage

Posted by Frank Murch | May 27, 2013 12:26:00 PM

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Topics: cheat sheet for the ADA signs, ADA requirements, ADA sign Placement, ADA Fonts, ADA Colors, Where ADA Signs are required, Mounting ADA Signs, Braille, Americans With Disabilities Act, disabled building signs

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