Recently we noticed that the 3D floor plans are easy to interpret for apartments of one or two rooms, but for larger ones, they require a certain amount of concentration on the part of a potential guest.
And concentration can be rarely expected from web users.
So, how to communicate the composition of the apartment in a quick and intuitive way?
One possible solution is our new “3D Room by Room Floor Plans”.
Here’s how they work:
…and so on.
Here there’s just a few pictures. See them in action in Adormo or Airbnb.
In a few weeks we’ll ask our guest whether they’ve been useful or not!
Recently I realized that in all online reservation listings in the world something is missing.
You see pictures, you read the description and yet…you don’t know how the apartment actually is.
Some people try to solve the problem with floor plans like this:
(Well, this one is particularly ugly, I did it on a blackboard myself!)
The trouble with 2d Floor plans is that you need to elaborate them with your brain to make sense out of them.
They help, but you don’t actually…see.
You try to imagine.
But since most of the times you are browsing apartments very quickly, you don’t have the time to make the effort to imagine.
So, you don’t know how the apartment really is when you book it.
We tried to partially solve this problem with this, again ugly…thing:
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