Pharmaceutical braille is a tactile writing system used to label medication packaging for individuals who are visually impaired or blind. Pharmaceutical braille labels are designed to provide important information about the medication, including dosage, administration instructions, and warnings, in a format that can be easily read and understood by individuals with visual impairments.
Pharmaceutical braille labels are typically created using a special printing process that embosses the braille text onto the label material. This process creates a raised surface that can be felt by touch, allowing individuals with visual impairments to read the label with their fingertips.
Pressure sensitive labels, also known as self-adhesive labels, are a type of label that adheres to a surface when pressure is applied. These labels are made of three layers: the facestock (the label material), the adhesive layer, and the liner (the backing material).
When pressure is applied to the label, the adhesive layer sticks to the surface, creating a bond. This type of label is commonly used for product labeling, packaging, and branding purposes.
Pressure sensitive labels can be made from a variety of materials, including paper, plastic, and foil, and they can be printed in a range of colors and designs. They are easy to apply and remove, making them a popular choice for labeling products in many industries.
Smart Labels and NFC: Enhancing Customer Engagement Before and After the Sale With the advancement of technology, companies are constantly exploring ways to enhance the customer experience. One way to achieve this is through the use of smart labels and NFC technology. Smart labels are a type of RFID label that uses near field communication […]