Although the ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) state a list of rules for room identification signage; referring to composition, mounting, finish and contrast; nowhere does it state that room identification signs need to be boring or lacking in inspiration. Freedom of expression, creativity and innovation does not stop where the ADAAG begins. These can be intertwined into a cohesive idea and executed in some unexpected ways.
Indeed, the rules are there for the visually impaired and people with various disabilities who consider the artistry less than its service for them, finding their way in public areas.
But signage visibility is an important factor of corporate branding and is key for the building’s décor and presentation.
Vista Art family showcases Sierra series and “the proof is in the pudding”.
Beautiful acrylic “sand blasted”-effect top layer, positioned over a brushed Aluminum back panel, with over 40 possible colors and color combinations, raised letters and Braille.
Within that great little package, co-exists a whole world of ADAAG compatibility with a fantastic design that does not overshadow functionality.
Now more than ever, once again Vista positions itself as the provider of multiple solutions for the signage industry, especially in a climate of growing demand for ADAAG compliant products.