Large Exit Sign US Style, Accessible Means of Egress Icon wheelchair symbol and running man, moving left, White on Green

The ‘Accessible Means of Egress Icon’ Dissected

The upper bodies of both figures within the ‘Accessible Means of Egress Icon’ are identical. Arms are extended in the same style. Legs are also in the same style. Both Figures graphically represent the same message.

The heads on both figures are forward, showing their haste. Arms are extended and motioning back and forth as they move through the doorway.

The upper bodies of both figures within the ‘Accessible Means of Egress Icon’ are identical. Arms are extended in the same style. Legs are also in the same style. Both Figures graphically represent the same message.     The heads on both figures are forward, showing their haste. Arms are extended and motioning back and forth as they move through the doorway.   The Accessible Means of Egress Icon (or person using the wheelchair and exiting with the Running Man through the exit doorway) is consistent in design with the accepted ‘Running Man’ design

The Accessible Means of Egress Icon (or person using the wheelchair and exiting with the Running Man through the exit doorway) is consistent in design with the accepted Japanese style exit sign (‘Running Man’ design).

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Buildings need exit and emergency signs to identify parts of the accessible means of egress. An Accessible Exit Sign Project Initiative.

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