ADA signage is a term referring to raised tactile braille signs which are regulated under the American Disability Act here under section 703. They must strictly adhere to these rules and regulations governing their size, colours, and content. However, in Canada and more specifically Ontario, our rules tend to be a grey area. The main thing to consider when designing ADA signage is ensuring it complies with the Ontario Building Code regulations and the Office of the Fire Marshall regulations.
The best way for you to ensure you've got the correct signage is to let us take care of making sure it's ADA compliant. Our team is knowledgeable and resourceful when it comes to the finer details while still maintaining an element of design you want. Check out our short video below of the process we use to create all of our signs.