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This project is on hold for the forseeable future. Even though we are currently pursuing other projects, spatial computing, signage and architecture are exciting topics that we still love to explore. We are always interested in hearing your thoughts, comments and opportunities.

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How it Works

Destinations integrates the complete process of designing wayfinding systems.

Watch a sample use case that highlights the main Features of Destinations.

Features, tailored to signage designers.

Selected route in man view, list of decision points in sidebar

Keep track of your visitors routes

Routes visualize your visitors path through a building. They are the foundation of the Destinations workflow and establish connections between entrances and rooms.

Application view with list of signs along a route in the sidebar.

Sign placement and exploration made easy

Automated detection of decision points makes it easy to find neccessary signage locations. It helps designers create routes without gaps that could confuse visitors. Signage is then linked to decision points and positioned on the floor plan.

New sign dialog box
Application view with list of signs along a route in the sidebar.

Automated signage database for all your created routes and templates

Templates designed in graphic design software can be assigned to previously created signs. For better scalabillity and speed, Destinations automates inserting properties like room names and numbers.

Detail view of a sign and its editable properties
Simulate wayfinding designs with a built-in 3D view of a site.

Simulate and test your developed signage systems in 3D

Designers can view and evaluate sign positions from the perspective of future visitors. This makes it easy to place signs wherever visitors need information to navigate.