BTS (Aust) Update - August 2018

    BTS (Aust) Update - August 2018

    Braille Tactile Signs (Aust) - New All Gender Range
    Braille Tactile Signs (Aust), BTS (Aust), is proud to announce the arrival of our new 2018 'All Gender' Braille Tactile Sign Range.

    While not referred to in the current Standards & Codes and with no consensus on best design & practice, 'All Gender' signage can significantly benefit all users helping to promote inclusiveness for people of all gender identities; groups who identify themselves as any identity outside the boundaries of male/female.  

    Select from our extensive Standard Range designs or design to suit your requirements.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Claudia Z Gatt

    Braille Tactile Signs (Aust)
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