Frequently Asked Questions
naveze is a digital wayfinding tool designed to help anyone create destination experiences while putting their visitor at the centre of everything you create.
We empower your visitors to search, find and enjoy not just experiences but all the little details that make or break an experience. Our maps are pre-populated with important information such as toilets.
Move beyond content tools and step up by providing a personalised service for all your visitors.
It is best suited to brands with stories to tell, tourism organisations or other experience related businesses who want to become publishers of compelling primary data and start collecting visitor experience data.
We offer a subscription model with different tiers. For brands, tourism organisations, tour operators, we offer a branded solution with additional features and customisations to suit your needs. Check out our pricing page.
Display & Embedding
The content is output as a responsive iFrame embed code. You can take this embed and put it on your website, into eDM’s, share across social etc..
The embed is flexible enough to be inserted onto any platform, including; WordPress, Medium, Squarespace, Sitecore, Hubspot and more…
Yes, it is designed for all devices and operating systems. It was designed with a mobile-first approach.
Yes, it is fully responsive.
Yes, for paid subscribers customisations include; branding, icons, font, layout, categories etc…
There are various ways we can facilitate this. Depending on your requirements, this might be a bulk upload or an API set-up. For example, we have an API setup for websites.
Think of digital wayfinding maps as another digital channel to display and amplify your existing marketing assets. Our clients like Sydney Olympic Park, Perth Botanical gardens include the basics of text, images, video, audio, music, links as well as 360 Augmented Reality Images.
You can see how in this introduction video here.
naveze digital wayfinding maps enable you to move past the limitations of google maps when creating experiences, including visitor-centric wayfinding. One of our unique features is the creation of pedestrian-only step-by-step directions. With the addition of attributes that enable visitors to search and find experiences, you offer based on accessibility ratings, places with shelter, shade, and seating.