When you walk or drive in the UK, you’re being nudged by dozens of hidden messages embedded in the roads and pavements. Holmes is a regional campaigns officer in London for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). He suffers from a rare inherited condition that leaves him only able to make out vague colour contrasts around him. Yet he is able to safely pick his way through the hectic city streets, thanks to dozens of hidden messages embedded in our roads and pavements that few of ...
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