With Braille six dots can be turned into 64 different characters. Photo: PharmaBraille

With Braille six dots can be turned into 64 different characters. Photo: PharmaBraille

Braille on packaging

Boiled down to six dots

In the EU drug packaging must feature Braille. Photo: Ingenious Brandcare

In the EU drug packaging must feature Braille. Photo: Ingenious Brandcare

Valuable extra effort

Photo: Prencio

Today, Braille no longer requires elaborate embossing. Special inks/varnishes simplify printing thereby even making possible personalised products with Braille such as the ‘Share a Coke’ campaign products in Argentina and Mexico. Photo: Prencio

Application made easier by digital printing

Braille also makes sense on other everyday products such as cosmetics articles. Photo: M&H Plastics

Braille also makes sense on other everyday products such as cosmetics articles. Photo: M&H Plastics

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