How to create the best electronic travel guide for Australia

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By Kaleem Ullah

It is likely that when you have ever had to travel you have created an itinerary or travel guide for your trip, and that you have not had all the necessary information or have not known precisely what an excellent electronic travel guide should contain. Today is your lucky day because this article will tell you how to create an ideal electronic travel guide.

To create an ideal guidebook, you should follow these criteria:

  1. Choose a theme for your travel guide

It is essential to understand that the visualization of a design on the Internet is extremely important. Therefore, you must choose the theme that your guide will have. It can be textual, visual, with videos, etc.

It can also be formal, informal, or friendly. The theme will depend on the target market you want to have and the type of information you will provide.

  1. Create the home screen of your guidebook

The Home page is the first screen users will see when they open your application. Therefore, it is an essential feature for your guide to have a first image that allows users to understand your essence in seconds and make them interested in continuing reading.

Therefore, some recommendations we give regarding this is to provide direct and casual  selling information that will be found in your guide. You can add relevant information and new or important details. You need something that will pull the user’s eye to say “This is the place I was looking for!”

For many, the order in which you put your information is extremely important in deciding to stay in the virtual guide.

  1. Add content to your tourism application

To start looking for content to put in your guide, it is important to make a list of what you would like to find when you travel. This submenu can include general information about the country, like tourist attractions, gastronomy, important facts, travel safety, important cities in the country, and much more.

This is an essential step because it will make a big difference in terms of user experience with other guides on the web. For example, you must be intuitive and organized to be able to attract.

It is possible to add specific details about each destination and add images, videos, gifs, and much more.

  1. Test and publish your tourism application

Once you finish making your electronic guide, it is advisable to perform tests before publishing for the first time so that you can determine if you are achieving your goal and if you are providing all the necessary information that users expect from a tourist guide.

Once you are satisfied with the results of your tests, you can move on to the step of publishing your application.

Another essential thing to communicate in your guide is the travel documents required to enter the country.

For example, many nationalities must obtain an Australian electronic [visitor’s visa] in order to enter Australia. This allows you to make short-term tourist or business visits and is electronically linked to your passport.

This document is for foreign travelers who need to apply for it, depending on nationality. For more information on this, you can always visit websites that help you process travel documents, such as [iVisa].

Usually, the check-in staff at the airport for your flight to Australia will check your passport to confirm your eVisa electronically. However, we recommend that you carry hard copies of both documents.