Braille Label – Braille Decals for ADA Accessibility

By | February 15, 2024
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Braille Labels Decals

Along with audio, one of the mandated requirements for ADA Accessibility are braille labels, especially ones that last…

Quote — “As I had mentioned I am trying to figure out who handles the Airline Industry ticketing Kiosks, every time I travel, I see what is being installed on ticketing Kiosks or the lack of and I know that we can provide a much superior product that will last and hold up to the heavy public exposure keeping the Kiosk 100% ADA complaint and legible.  I was stuck in Long Beach due to flight / weather cancellations for the last two days and had plenty of time to stare at their ticketing kiosks”, said Ken Parnell.

At SysTech Displays, we offer a wide range of standard Braille decal sets, voice guidance signage, audio signage, and network decals for most makes and models of ATMs. We also have an in-house design team that can help with custom ATM signage.

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All our products are manufactured in the USA at our state-of-the-art facility in Northern California with our proprietary “Solid Dot” technology that stays 100% ADA compliant for the life of the decal.

We are a family-owned business that has been in business for over 50 years with a focus on the banking industry for the past 30 plus years.

We supply all of the ATM decals and have national contracts with the top 6 national banks, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, US Bancorp, PNC Financial, Capital One, and many others.  We are also the OEM manufacturer for all NCR ATM models.

Over the past three years, we have become the main supplier / manufacture for Braille decals with raised characters for the Micro-Mobility (e-Scooters and e-Bikes) industry for companies like Lyft, Lime, Uber, Bird, Spin, Superpedestrian, Hellbiz, B-Cycle, Razor, CitiBike, DIVVY, ect.

Our “SOLID” dot Braille has proven to stay ADA compliant for the life of the decal, especially in the harsh and rough outdoor environments where the users are constantly tossing the vehicles on the ground or against curbs where an embossed Braille decal will not stay compliant.  I have photos of vehicles that are in the recycling bins with our Braille and serialized decals looking as good as the day they were installed on new bikes two years prior, and the vehicles are destroyed.

I would be happy to send you a sample of our Braille decals, is 980 Home Farm Circle, Westminster, Colorado, 80234 the correct mailing address?



Ken Parnell  I  SysTech Displays, Inc.

Director of Sales – North America

10622 Industrial Avenue

Roseville, CA 95678

 (916) 652-2900

F   (916) 652-2901

  (916) 947-0027

TF (800) 856-1108


I am glad to hear that you like our “Solid Dot” Braille decals.  It is difficult to understand the difference unless you can touch and see our Braille.  We worked closely with the ATM manufacturing companies as well as the banking industry when the ADA laws were passed and came into effect in 1989.  We have been the main supplier for Bank Of America and several others since 1990… There are a few that originally went with a more cost-effective way of manufacturing the Braille decals by embossing, but eventually they had all found themselves in litigation when the embossing failed and eventually partnered with us.  We can proudly say that for several years we have had national contracts with the top 6 banks in the US.   Embossing print films causes micro cracking at the base of each Braille dot. Over time in an outdoor environment, or when sunlight directly contacts Braille, the dots do two things. They “relax” causing the dot height to decrease, and the base of the dots will crack so that the dots can be picked off.  Using our “welded dot technology” eliminates both issues, therefore keeping the Braille compliant throughout the life of the decal.  Our clients that have ATM’s in harsh outdoor environments like Phoenix or Chicago will change out decal sets on average once every 5 years, unless they go through a refresh or they rebrand.  We are currently at the tail end of changing out all of Wells Fargo’s 12,000 ATM’s and are about to embark on a refresh for Bank Of America’s 15,000 ATM’s.

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Author: Staff Writer

Craig Keefner is the editor and author for Kiosk Association and kiosk industry. With over 30 years in the industry and experience in large and small kiosk solutions, Craig is widely considered to be an expert in the field. Major kiosk projects for him include Verizon Bill Pay kiosk and hundreds of others.