Today I was at McDonald's, buying iced coffee, and I noticed a sign by the register that said "Braille and Picture Menus Available." I think it's awesome that they have those available, but it occurred to me that many customers that need Braille or picture menus probably wouldn't be able to read the sign saying they are available.
But I'm not sure of what would be a better way to let customers know they are
available. What are your thoughts?
Maybe the picture menus could be on the counter, in some sort of holder, so that people could just pick them up if they wanted to look at one.
But what about the Braille menus?