As a part of the drafting work for the Australian Standard on Wayfinding, the Australian Blindness Forum (ABF) is seeking views on accessible signs and maps, and is conducting a survey to know more about how they are being used.
The purpose of this survey is to get input from people who rely on accessible wayfinding information in public buildings. The ABF would like views on accessible signs or those that have raised tactile and Braille information, and opinions on tactile maps.
The survey will close at 5pm on 18 August 2016.
There are two options to fill out the survey:
1. Online via Survey Monkey
2. Click here to download the Word document version
1 August 2016