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We work with a lot of public sector organisations and produce many different types of cards and passes so when we were approached to create ID cards for a tourist board we knew we could fulfil their brief.
The client was looking for a standard credit card sized ID Card to feature a brand new, eye catching design to the front, and also include the holder's photo and name. The rear of the card would be printed with generic information regarding what to do with a lost card if it was found.
The cards also needed to be compatible with their existing s..
Braille is a universal communication system for the blind or partially sighted using a collection of 6 raised dots through vertical cells to allow a person to read through touch. Each cell represents letters, numbers and characters and there a variations from language to language. A blind or partially sighted person using braille is as literate as a sighted person; the only difference is the method in which they converse.
There are 3 different grading levels to the Braille transcript:
Grade 1 is for basic literacy. Each letter of the alphabet is represented in separate cells. Punctuation..
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