The flyer in braille for ANWB AutoMaatje is developed to make the transport service accessible to people with a visual impairment. The CBB produced this flyer. Oktober last year, the first copies were handed out by alderman Hans de Haan.
Business cards with braille. It is one of the smallest products we produce. Yet for us, business cards with braille are a big product. With a business card with braille, you give the signal that the blind and visually impaired matter to you.
Combination printing is one of our specialties. Braille and tactile images are added to normal print with our customized platen press. For example for business cards, but also learning methods. In this blog we show how it works.
Much can be achieved with braille and elevated print for the accessibility of buildings. Tactile signs allow blind and visually impaired people to find their own way in buildings. So that they too can fully participate in society.
The demand for cards with braille comes up regularly. However, there is little supply, mainly because of the high production costs. But... braille.nl has the solution! We now produce tactile Christmas card with braille.
Sometimes, integration can be reached with the simple things in live. Things you might not think of initially. Like a photo calendar that contains braille. The CBB produced a calendar that can be used by visual impaired and seeing for Costa Rica.
The puppetry museum in Vorchten is doing all to make its collection accessible for people with a visual impairment. This deserves appreciation. January 4 is the world braille day. The CBB nominates the puppetry museum for a ‘braillepluim’.
Braille is a very important tool for blind people to have independent access to information and reading. Designed to overcome barriers. However, braille also creates barriers. Reading a braille book together with a blind child, for example, is difficult if you can't read braille.
4 January 2018 - Today braille readers will answer letters with a braille letter to send a signal to the rest of the Netherlands: "We read Braille!"
The goal is to raise awareness among employees of organizations that not everyone can read printed text.