Do you remember the time I was cussing graphic designers for spacing graphic elements using 1/32" measurements and in general pissing me off?
Why would you remember that, it was forever ago
Anyway, just in case you decided to square up on behalf of graphic designers everywhere and claim that literally no one would do that, see above and get ready to rumble. This isn’t even the worst example I’ve ever seen, it’s just what I am dealing with this morning.
I particularly like the 23/32" text height, because apparently 5/8", which is the minimum it’s supposed to be for ADA compliance, isn’t big enough but ¾" is TOO BIG. Do you know how big 1/32" is? About the size of the dent my fingernail will make when I dig it into your forehead. About! This! Big!
I would punch a jackass with extreme prejudice. I would take this layout, and its designer, behind the building and we’d settle it like those topless swordfighting ladies. There would be blood, and joy, and no measurements divided smaller than the eighth inch, because allow me to assure you that if you are putting sixteenths on a tactile sign then you are a massive bastard and I will gladly come for your entire life and your copy of Illustrator.