From AcquireDigital Let’s face it, hospitals are nothing short of mazes—especially for first-time visitors to a particular one. Without clearly presented directions on how to arrive at the ward or room a visitor is looking for, wandering is inevitable. This means crowded hallways filled with lost and frustrated visitors. In some situations, patients can even miss appointments due to… Read More »
Podcast on Sixteen-Nine Nov2020 Excerpt Dave Haynes — The Silicon Valley firm 22Miles tends to be thought of in digital signage circles as a company focused on wayfinding, but that’s only part of the story. It does indeed do a full set of features that help people navigate their way around malls, medical centers and corporate campuses, but 22Miles… Read More »
With a large swath of the workforce and students returning to work or campuses, executives are focused on two main areas: safety and agility. This informative white paper explores the topic of the ongoing transformation of the office that is now happening. This transformation is introducing technologies and innovations into our daily lives that are modernizing the world in… Read More »
April 10, 2019 QwickWayTM is your leading digital 3D Interactive Wayfinding The most cost effective, versatile, rapid 3D wayfinding with outstanding details and simplicity. • Simplistic in design and use • Easily manageable in real time • A part of the complete integrated package or a stand alone product. • Applicable in endless isle in stores for retail.… Read More »
Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) Interactive Wayfinding Kiosks & Army’s largest medical institution With ten separate organizations and more than 350 potential hospital destinations, the team at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) realized they needed an interactive wayfinding kiosk solution that could handle such a colossal undertaking. More specifically, BAMC wanted a user-friendly touchscreen interaction with easy wheelchair… Read More »
Meridian, the Customer Experience Leader in self-service solutions, announced the launch of MzeroDirectMe, an interactive building directory solution.
DirectMe enhances visitor experience through self-service wayfinding and can be tailored to meet company specifications. The user-friendly building directory was created for high-density areas including corporate offices, hospitals and government buildings. “It’s extremely customizable but also very easy to use. The interactivity and expandability allow the directory solution to be as simple or complex as needed,” said Jeff MacDonald, Director of Software Integration at Meridian.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE St. Paul, MN – November 30, 2016 Express Image, a St. Paul, MN based print and digital solutions provider, has deployed six new interactive wayfinding kiosks at Mall of America®, the nation’s largest retail and entertainment destination. Just in time for the busy holiday season, the recently installed dynamic interactive kiosks are more than just… Read More »
Newly enhanced directories create seamless digital experience for shoppers NEW YORK, Oct. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Simon, a global leader in retail real estate, is rolling out new, interactive digital directories to nine centers in time for the busy Holiday season with a broader roll out planned for next year. These enhanced, innovative digital directories incorporate the latest… Read More »
Tourism kiosks can expand the offerings of a destination or improve the experience of getting there, a win for both travelers and the places they visit.
Meridian update on travel and tourism kiosks,
Cool project. 2016 JFK Digital Wayfinding project by OpenEye Global and Ikoniq. Background Ikoniq has a relationship with Westfield and has done a few projects together starting with something called the Wall Shop in Newark Airport. It is a retail store to help local businesses get access to the airport facility. Giving back to the community, per se.… Read More »
A very nice article on usability and design by Digital Wellbeing Labs. This is earlier review of earlier iterations of the “cool unit” that was just deployed at JFK. Posted by agrunsteidl on 12/12/08 • Categorized as interactions, retail environments, service design Why do some kiosks appeal, whilst others are frankly just repulsive? I have this weird relationship with… Read More »