Accessibility has become a must-have for establishments that attract a lot of foot traffic, such as government offices, malls, and hotels. Since the advent of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), establishments have been mandated to ensure that their facilities can cater to everyone, especially those with visual impairments. Accessibility should also be considered when conceptualizing bathroom signs. ADA bathroom signs have also been mandated by the government, the law has prescribed stringent rules, so accessibility becomes a priority, even in bathrooms.

Accessibility and Inclusivity with ADA-Compliant Bathroom Signs

In the interest of good, needs-appropriate service, your bathroom signs will contribute to the overall experience people have in your establishment. By complying with ADA regulations and putting up bathroom décor signs that are ADA-compliant, you will position your office as one that is in touch with the needs of the disabled.

Of course, that is not all, accessible restroom signs will also provide you with an opportunity to present your brand in a sleek yet functional way. Who said you can only have either one of form and function? Modern restroom signs that are well-designed, functional, and of high quality will always be a solid investment.

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We Design Modern Bathroom Signage that Stand Out!

Here are some tips to help you create accessible bathroom signs that stand out.

  • Be consistent. It helps if you have a common color palette to be used across your contemporary bathroom signs and the rest of your signage system. This helps establish a sense of cohesion and will make your restroom signs appear to be part of a larger narrative or brand.
  • Contrast is key. Since these signs are mandated to use high-contrast color pairings, you can take advantage of this by putting up bathroom décor signs with attractive colors, based on your palette.
  • Keep in touch with your Braille. It might be best to consult a Braille expert for your modern restroom signs. This is because ADA bathroom signs are required to use Level 2 Braille, meaning that these should not be letter-to-letter translations, but use integrated characters instead. The good news is that sign makers such as Amazing Signs in Tampa are able to provide you with commercial bathroom signs that make use of Level 2 Braille.
  • Use appropriate images for pictograms. You might be tempted to use your own symbols when creating pictograms, but the law requires that signs make use of ISA symbols. Everyone is more or less familiar with these ISA symbols, the easier they are to recognize, the less hassle users are going to experience.
  • Simplicity is just as important. Since these signs are aimed at visually disabled people, it is always a good idea to keep text to a minimum. Otherwise, if you try to fit in a lot of text and symbols into your signs, they might end up becoming much smaller. If your signs are text-heavy, your audience will have to exert even more effort just to decipher the characters.
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Types of Bathroom Signs

  • Metal Bathroom Signs
  • Projecting Restroom Signs
  • Bathroom Door Signs
  • ADA Compliant Restroom Signs
  • Men's & Women's Bathroom Signs
  • Directional Bathroom Signs
  • Double-Sided Restroom Signs
  • Restroom Door Signs

Tampa's Source for Quality ADA Bathroom/Restroom Signs

Accessible restroom signs enhance client experience by ensuring ease of navigation. For high-quality ADA compliant signage, trust no one but the experts at Amazing Signs in Tampa, FL. We make sure to use only the highest-quality sign materials and top-of-the-line printing equipment to ensure world-class results.

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