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By printing on Braille, accessibility for visually impaired people is increasing. Booklets are with text on Braille alphabet which blind people can read, but they can be also with printed text over the braille that doesn’t interfere, and enables accessibility for visually impaired. It is printed on to special paper, following standards, and respecting the rules of braille alphabet. Braille characters are small rectangular blocks called cells that contain tiny palpable bumps (six of them in a block ) called raised dots. The number and arrangement of these dots distinguish one character from another. Braille developed also musical notation as distinguished musician ,but also numbers and mathematical signs.
For several years in cooperation with the Serbian railways we print a braille timetable , regular monthly repertoire of National theatre , we did with municipality Stari grad (Old city) and with municipality Vracar - a guide through the municipality but also with tourist organization of Belgrade guide on Serbian and English "Belgrade for all".
We donated repertoire on Braille to the Terazije theatre as a yet another possibility for their involvement in to the daily life and for Law faculty of Belgrade we did "List of professors and associates".
We also did business cards with braille on them for Commissioner for protection of equality for all employed and for Ombudsman of Republic of Serbia, but also and a booklet on braille and audio book "Protecting children from violence in schools".