Let’s make your venue inclusive and accessible
with our tactile / braille signage solutions
We specialise in creating tactile maps for the visually impaired.
Let’s make your venue accessible easier to navigate into and safe for people with disability
TacMap is now available in France and in the United Kingdom
Tactile and braille maps for blind and partially sighted people
Our tactile maps have been designed to dramatically improve accessibility and navigation for visually impaired people whilst also improving signage and orientation for sighted people.
Satisfy your visitors of all ages and abilities
We can help you improve the customer service you deliver, meet your visitors needs, satisfy your duty under the DDA and make your place easy to use and to navigate into.
TacMap soon on Phones and Tablets…
TacMap is a unique Design Company. Working in the field of social
innovation, our system has been widely acclaimed as a step-change in
accessibility. More info soon
Andy Ward, Sheffield Moor Market Manager “The TacMap in our new Moor Market has proved to be very popular and a useful addition for our blind and partially sighted customers. It allows them to navigate around the market and find the different types of service available and goods that are on sale."
Steve Hambleton, Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind Manager
Steve Hambleton, Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind Manager The tactile plan of our building, supplied by TacMap, enables people with all levels of vision from fully sighted through to totally blind to use the same plan to find their way around our building, identifying the different rooms through large tactile print, braille and symbols.
Alan Thorpe, EyeCan Owner I have spent considerable time developing this system with TacMap in the past 10 years. I am registered blind and use my GPS when walking around outdoor. However, there is no system to navigate around an indoor place. Tacmap helps solve this problem.
Mike North, TacMap user, registered partially sighted
Mike North, TacMap user, registered partially sighted As a visually impaired person, I wish to state my sincerest thanks to 'TacMap' for the way they have researched and refined their guidance products for visually impaired persons, around complicated, dense sites.
John Hamshere, Kelham Island Museum Manager "Our TacMap shows what we have in the Museum and how to get to it. It works for all visitors and not just those with visual impairments and we intend to use the experience from this to roll out improvements throughout the Museum. People stop and use it before they come to reception. This should be the norm everywhere!"