As a medium for communication, sign design is constantly facing new challenges. Whether it caters to the needs of disabled users or performs its classic wayfinding function, it has to take into account the latest law regulations as well as looking good in situ. For designers then, signage is always a fertile ground for exploration. As the case studies show, each environment provides an inspiration as to how to solve issues of accessibility and legibility.
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