Inclusive Signs

We believe that wayfinding signs should be accessible to all. That’s why we’ve developed a number of sign technologies to aid inclusivity in buildings.

Inclusive sign systems for all

We are proud to have developed a number of sign technologies and printing methods to provide schools, universities and office spaces with a range of inclusive sign options to aid wayfinding for their visitors.

We have worked with all methods of creating inclusive signs for users with special needs and have developed a new 3D printing method for Braille and Tactile designs which conforms to the UK Equalities Act, Part M building regulations and ADA standards for the USA.

In addition, we have experience of signing for people with learning disabilities and dementia.

There is no price barrier to inclusivity. xsign are pioneers in 3D printed Braille and tactile so that there need no longer be budgetary compromises when creating inclusive signs.

A range of printing techniques allows both function and great form, helping to create a range of inclusive signs solutions with strong identity and sense of place.

Frequently Asked Questions

Inclusive signage is hugely important for accessibility and we believe that every space and environment should be accessible to everyone. Accessibility forms part of many workplace and public policies and wayfinding is often included in them.

Creating signage that is inclusive means that people with accessibility needs will be able to navigate just as well as people without. Inclusivity isn’t just about accessibility though, inclusive signage also affects the LBGTQ+ community and can make people feel more welcome.

There are several types of inclusive signage including braille, tactile and talky. There are also different icons and images that can be included to make signage inclusive. Inclusive signage can be interior or exterior and made from a range of materials such as stainless steel or wood.

Our inclusive signage types include braille, tactile and talky signs. We can also design graphics and icons that are inclusive, including non-gender specific toilet and breastfeeding icons.

It depends on the type of material and size of the signs. Small signs can be affixed to a wall with adhesive tape but larger signs may need permanent secure fixtures.

Use the contact form at the bottom of this page to make an enquiry. One of our friendly team will reach out to discuss your requirements.

We have a dedicated sales team with a huge amount of experience in the signage industry. Please use the contact form at the bottom of this page to make an enquiry or visit our Contact Us page

We work with main contractors and end users, including some of the biggest contractors in the UK. Take a look at our Case Studies for more information on who we have worked with.

We have provided inclusive signage for contractors and end users around the UK including hospitals, universities and schools.