Wayfinding in Travel and Tourism

Tourism Mobilities

How Animals Navigate and Wayfind

by Paul Symonds. This site for the most part, focuses on human wayfinding such as how we navigate through airports, through urban areas and the overall liminal …

Wayfinding and the Problems Wheelchair users experience on Holiday

Access for disabled travellers has arguably improved a lot in the last twenty years, yet there is still so much that can be done and which should be done. …

Tourism Wayfinding with a Wheelchair or Mobility Scooter

When wayfinding systems are designed, it is all too easy to design with the eyes and the experience we have. Architects and designers often place signs which …

Visually Impaired and Blind Travellers Wayfinding Issues and Solutions

With almost 300 million people worldwide suffering from visual impairments, I am sure you will agree that it is essential that provision is made for everyone, …

Help for Disabled Travellers at Airports

Taking a holiday and flying abroad should be a fun and pleasurable experience and in order to ensure that this experience is as pleasurable as possible for …

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I love to travel and have been to over 40 countries to date. I am presently studying a PhD in Wayfinding and am the Editor for travelwayfinding.com.

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