In this presentation we talk about novel techniques we employed in using eye tracking glasses in our field research. Our client wanted to better understand the needs of visitors and how effective the layout of Tourist Information Centre is in answering those needs. Eye tracking was employed to help understand how visitors to Information Centre engage with it, which sections of the literature and merchandise shelving were looked at the most and whether the signage in the centre was noticed. We asked visitors to wear eye-tracking glasses and to use the centre to accomplish the goals of their visit. Findings allowed the client to both take remedial action in areas where the experience was not as effective as it could be, and to take advantage of the insight to maximise the revenue potential of various areas of the centre.