The ADA Sign Lady is all over the Web, at Linked In, Twitter and Pinterest. Many times, when you see an article on a sign site about an ADA sign topic, you may be reading her words, or seeing drawings taken from material she shared. And that's almost always OK, as long as someone else does not claim authorship, because her goal is to share best practices and spread the word about communications accessibility as widely as possible.
We would have thought that, at the least, architects and project
managers could understand the term "sign schedule," since they deal
with door schedules, window schedules, and sometimes paint schedules
as routine. However, we are running into more and more people who don't
understand that term at all. Read More . . .
Restrooms and how they are best identified seem to be a nver-ending problem, especially in California where there are two signs to deal with. Now we have the added concern of how to identify both single user and multi-stall restrooms where gender is not an issue.
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A simple problem - a simple solution. Why has it become so complicated?
Here is our most recent article on restrooms. Check as well as we muse about what to call multi-stall restrooms not assigned to a gender.