Floor designators is a set of Tactile and Braille signages installed on the both side of the elevator's outside door jambs which following the floor numbering scheme. They are especially common in the United States, and few countries in Europe and Asia.
Usually the signages have a black background with white tactile and braille or just plain (or sometimes colored) stainless steel with tactile and braille.
United States' ADA
Hong Kong's BFA 2008
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