Wi-Fi is a physical medium that is impeded by distance and materials that cause interference. In order to ideally place access points (APs) the physical space needs to be understood. Relevant variables much as spacing, shape of the space, and interfering objects need to be consistently measured. Measuring and evaluating all of these variables creates challenges for technicians to properly optimize networks. We have built an application that will help a technician or customer design an ideal Wi-Fi space. This paper will outline design issues in Wi-Fi and how an augmented reality application can solve them.