Wall signage for restaurants and other public facilities usually display international symbols for restrooms, exits, and more. However, for those with visual impairment or no sight whatsoever, Braille signs are essential. Be prepared to help your customers find their way with these Braille wall signs. Braille is not usually considered a language, since it is actually a code, or another way of writing and reading English, Spanish and other languages. Braille consists of units of space called cells, each of which includes a series of raised dots. Each Braille cell can be used to represent a letter or an entire word. On these wall signs, Braille cells spell out things like “Men,” “Women,” “Stairs” and “No Smoking,” among other words and phrases. Having signs available in Braille is a courtesy to your visually impaired customers or building occupants, so be sure to accommodate their needs with these signs.