We may have entered the digital era and have access of modern navigation tools, but visiting the places with different languages and cultures untroubled is still a major issue for travelers. Providing a solution, a bunch of designers, including Yana Tzanov, Elisa Makela, Rebecca Lyon and Chris Langer, has developed a digital city guide that provides all the necessary information from a single digital source. Dubbed the “NaviQ,” the digital unit guides the visitors towards nearest taxi stand, public restroom, restaurant and popular places quickly and efficiently. Presenting two units, a standard sized that pairs with a roof and the other with lighting and a bench, the NaviQ present all information on the city, such as ongoing events, locations of boutiques, weather forecasts, current news and public transport routes, to both tourists and local residents. In addition, a number of units can be paired together according to the size and requirement of the location.