Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Apr 29, 2019
Lego Is Making Braille Bricks. They May Give Blind Literacy a Needed Lift.
The Lego bricks will feature both Braille dots and written letters, allowing blind and sighted children to play together.
Just 10 percent of blind children learn Braille, according to some estimates, leading to what advocates have called a “literacy crisis.” In 2017, less than half of adults with visual impairments in the United States were employed.
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Oct 05, 2018
The new ADASignDepot.com website features free consultations, free quotes, and free shipping for all orders, with no minimum purchase required. “Most customers are going to have questions and need some guidance on selecting the right products for their property,” Wagner said. “So they may need handicap parking signs and truncated domes for their parking lot, and ADA path of travel signs for their entrances. And then restroom signs, exit signs, stairwell signs for the interior. It’s nice to know you can have the benefit of our experience, whether you buy from us or not. And you’re not going to be paying any shipping charges, for big orders, or even for that one sign you forgot to order and need to pass final inspection.”
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Jan 25, 2016
The Buy ADA Signs website offers individuals, contractors, businesses and government agencies, a wide variety of ADA Signage that is both weather resistant and vandal resistant and can be shipped within hours of being ordered.
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Jan 03, 2016
The ADA Sign Depot website offers individuals, contractors, businesses and government agencies, a wide variety of ADA Compliant Signage that can be shipped the same or next business day.
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Mar 07, 2014
As one of the harshest winters on record begins to recede, business owners and property managers are seeing the extent of weather damage to their parking lots, pedestrian paths of travel, and building entrance signage. ADA Sign Depot knows from the calls, emails and queries it receives every day, that many businesses are not just replacing battered parking signs, but assessing how to improve the first impression visitors and customers form of their office buildings, shopping malls, retail stores and hospitals.