Scan. Know. Go.

Blurred photo of a lobby with lots of windows and stairs going up to the right. There is a column of several blue icons indicating You are here, Information, restrooms, contact information, and calendar events. A bracket from the icons points to a WayTag token that appears on a WaySign.

Scan. Know. Go.

This sign is chock full of helpful info. Think of it as your guidebook for wherever you are right now.

Download the free WayAround mobile app. Then tap your phone to the WaySign to learn about what’s here, so you’ll feel confident that you have relevant and up-to-date information.

Back of a smartphone. An arrow pointing to a black NFC symbol at the top center of the phone says iOS. Android has two arrows, one pointing to the same NFC symbol at the top of the phone, and another arrow pointing to an NFC symbol just below the fingerprint sensor.

Tap to Scan

Scanning a tag is easy! You just need to know which part of your phone to tap against the symbol on the WaySign. If you’ve used tap to pay or scanned an NFC tag, then you know exactly where to tap your phone. These tips can help you find where to tap:

iOS

Tap the top, center of the back of your phone to the symbol on the WaySign.

Android

The location of the NFC reader will vary depending on which type of device you have. Most likely, it is either at the top, center of the device or near the fingerprint sensor.

Ready to Scan?

Tap your phone against the NFC symbol on the sign and hold it there until you feel a vibration. It should only take a second for the info to appear on your screen. The scan will be faster and more accurate if you touch your phone to the symbol. It's usually fine if you have a case on your device.

Thorough, relevant information for people who are flying blind.

Whether you feel like you’re in the dark or actually have bad eyesight, this sign is chock full of info that can help you find your way. WayAround was created by two architects with vision loss, because they know all about how to describe the finer details of things. Plus, they know how hard it can be to find what you need to know, especially if you can’t see well.

Six colorful sticky notes with the words How, Where, Why, Who, What, When.

Get the right info, right now

First, confirm that you’re where you think you are. Then, learn the relevant details like schedules, contact info, history, and more.

An evacuation plan showing a floorplan with fire exits.

Find the nearest restroom or emergency exit

Sometimes you can’t wait on an employee or someone in the know. Luckily, you can scan any sign to find out where to go in case of an emergency.

A woman of color is wearing glasses and scratching her head.

Leave behind that “I’m new here” look

Being in a new place can feel overwhelming. Scan to discreetly get a lay of the land on your terms.