People with a disability constitute a significant group of consumers. However, shopping centres may miss out on engaging these customers and providing an enjoyable shopping experience because of a lack of accessible indoor wayfinding and signage.
Shopping centres are increasingly becoming larger and more complex.
Information kiosks and physical signage give shoppers a general idea of location, but they lack the detail of being able to guide consumers every step of the way to the store.
Creating truly accessible hospitals needs to go beyond adding tactiles and braille signage. Digital wayfinding is inclusive, empowering and inexpensive.
We’ve just received the following positive testimonial in a video interview with Nick Irvine, GM of Business Development, Energy and Media Partnerships for Australian retail property manager Vicinity Centres. Vicinity Centres is one of Australia’s leading retail property groups with a fully integrated asset management platform and $23 billion in retail assets under management across […]