Sight Line: Designing better streets for people with low vision – report

This report identifies the issues that those with sight loss face when navigating their local area and makes recommendations for better designed streets. It includes a mapping technique to communicate how residual sight users, long cane users and guide dog users adopt a combination of sound, touch, and memory to get around independently and safely. Useful for architects, industrial designers and policy makers.

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