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Indoor Navigation and Wayfinding Mapping Technology

Indoor Navigation and Wayfinding Mapping Technology

Given the ease with which GPS (Global Positioning Systems) are available for us outdoors (such as on mobile phones), one might naturally assume that indoor GPS is also easily possible, for indoor navigation. Unfortunately, though, the GPS signals cannot work indoors...
Colour Coding Signage for Easier Navigation

Colour Coding Signage for Easier Navigation

Colour coding signage means a wonderful opportunity to further improve the user experience. Colour means the opportunity to further communicate with the users and to guide them more effficiently. Many factors affect wayfinding and navigation in internal and external...
What is Heritage Interpretation and Interpretive Signage

What is Heritage Interpretation and Interpretive Signage

What is Interpretive Signage Interpretive signage is signage that helps to create a narrative that acts to generate a positive user experience (UX). You might, for example, manage a tourist attraction such a bay trail, be in charge of an urban space or area, or...
Signage Maintenance and the Basics in Wayfinding

Signage Maintenance and the Basics in Wayfinding

I first mentioned signage maintenance in an early post on the top of considerations for signage basics but very briefly. Hence, in this post, I thought I would share with you some guidance on how to maintain your wayfinding system. Tracking your Signage System...
Digital Signage for Wayfinding in Indoor Environments

Digital Signage for Wayfinding in Indoor Environments

In this post-modern world we are finding that digital media is used increasingly, as stakeholders seek to find what can at first (and often are) dynamic solutions to guiding people around the environment in question, be it an airport, shopping mall, tourist...
Guiding Chinese Visitors from China

Guiding Chinese Visitors from China

The Chinese tourism market is booming as the fastest growing outbound market in the world, hence it is not hard to see why this market is becoming an important one for any company in the UK who can benefit from tourism expenditure. France still attracts almost ten...
8 Common Mistakes Made when Designing a Wayfinding System

8 Common Mistakes Made when Designing a Wayfinding System

As a wayfinding auditor, I am constantly seeing many of the same mistakes applied time and time again. It is a little like the 80/20 rule whereby 20% of the problems are happening 80% of the time and so I thought that I would share with you some of the most common...
Cost Effective Urban Wayfinding Techniques

Cost Effective Urban Wayfinding Techniques

When implementing a wayfinding strategy, one of the biggest concerns faced by the majority of decision makers such as those at management level, is whether or not to allocate any budget to a strategy which by many, seems to be immeasurable. The common thought is that...
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