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While I love this for its inspirational and awareness-building qualities, is there actually a way in which this could improve everyday accessibility issues?
I was thinking about divergent signage just yesterday when I noticed that on the train I was riding, there was a lot more information conveyed via visual than via tactile signage. Clearly, a dual-purpose visual/tactile font would appear like an ideal way to eliminate that divergence ... if co-location of visual and tactile signage wouldn't create accessibility problems of its own.