Unified English Braille
- The Rules of Unified English Braille (second edition, 2013), published by ICEB in conjunction with Round Table. For amendments and updates, refer to the ICEB’s UEB page.
- Unified English Braille: Australian Training Manual (2016), published by the Australian Braille Authority
- UEB online and UEB online accessible version – online braille program based on the above Training Manual, created by the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children
- Guidelines for Technical Material (2014), published by ICEB.
- Australian Braille Authority Rules and Guidelines for Formatting Braille (2016)
- Duxbury Braille Translator Producer’s Manual (2011), published by ABA
- Guidelines for Accessible Assessment (2011), published by the Round Table
Refer also to the braille formatting in Australia page for guidance and workshop materials.
Foreign Languages and Phonetics
Braille Music is an international code.
ABA recommends these standards for the layout of braille music and its integration with UEB in Australia:
- The New International Manual of Braille Music Notation (1997) by Bettye Krolick – available as html or pdf
- Introduction to Braille Music Transcription (2005) by Mary De Garmo
- Braille Music Layout Manual (2002) by Jane Ware
- ABA Braille Music Addendum (2015) – Word or braille
Refer also to our page on music braille.
Braille and Tactile Signage guidelines
- Disability (Access to Premises) Standards (2010)
- Australian Standard AS1428.1-2009 Design for Access and Mobility (2009).
- Physical specifications for braille – Australian Braille Authority
Refer also to our information on braille and tactile signage.
- Guidelines on Conveying Visual Information (2005), published by Round Table
Refer also to our tactile graphics page and the Australia and New Zealand Accessible Graphics Group (ANZAGG), a subcommittee of the Round Table.