Liberty Center retail center outside of Cincinnati Ohio approached to provide accessible, intuitive wayfinding for visitors. It approached Madison + Fifth to develop something unique — not just a standard kiosk and printed directory.
Madison + Fifth built a solution that would work on touchscreen kiosks and mobile devices to detect visitors’ locations and give them interactive walking directions in real time. The team decided to build a Web app to avoid maintaining apps on multiple devices, and visitors with smartphones do not need to download anything to use the service. This also allows the directory to work with both touchscreen kiosks and iOS and Android devices. The app scales automatically up to the large size of the kiosk and down to smartphones’ small screen sizes.
- Visitors can use the touch-screen kiosks or the Web app on their smartphones get customized walking directions based on their current location
- With the app, users can zoom in and out around the property to explore shops and other destinations
- Liberty Center shoppers spend less time getting from place to place and more time in stores and enjoying time together in restaurants
Millions of apps and sites use Google Maps APIs to benefit from a powerful mapping platform. Discover which API Madison + Fifth has used to create the web application for Liberty Center:
Built the web application, accessible via kiosks, iOS and Android devices