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Creative Mapping

 A map is an important element for certain tourist destinations eg country parks, theme parks and heritage sites. It is what your customers will use to guide themselves round the destination and so it is important for it to be clear and exciting for the user, creative mapping is how this can be achieved.

creative-mapping

 You might ask yourself what is creative mapping?

 It is an approach to mapping that makes the map look stylised and different to the typical ordnance survey maps. They are used normally in leaflets or on an interpretive panel. They can be made using aerial photos which can be adapted to look like exciting creative map’s. Some popular examples of the type of creative mapping  include panoramic views, 3D watercolour, flat plan/vertical and perspective maps. Creative mapping will make your visitor leaflet look exciting and fun for your visitors so that they want to return time and time again

 If your visitor attraction would benefit from a creative map then visit www.creative.fwdp.co.uk.  They have highly skilled designers who can create a visitor friendly which will compliment the specific marketing communications and provide effective orientation, which is what the map is all about. You can find examples of their work on their website this may help you to decide on the type of creative map you are looking for. 

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