Digital signage has been used to market and support retail establishments. It has also been used in restaurants and at large events. It’s matured into an engaging vehicle for communication which is the primary use for digital signage within a K-12 educational setting.
Digital signage for higher education appeals to the young, tech-savvy campus audience which makes it effective in facilitating learning. Students look to technology as a way to connect, and digital signage delivers by creating interactive experiences that are more sustainable.
Digital signage apps are quickly becoming a great alternative to costly content creation suites such as Photoshop. They excel in simplifying the process of creating and deploying rich content and updating it as well.
Digital signage today is less about the technology and more about the content that you can display on screens. After all, content is what your viewers will interact with, not the hardware or software.
A recent survey by GetApp of small to medium-sized business owners revealed that social media has the biggest impact on the digital presence of their businesses.
Brain Rules, a book by molecular biologist, John Medina, describes what advertisers and communicators have always known: learning and memory are directly linked to our visual perceptions.
Vision trumps all other senses.
We see immediately with little effort, but thinking is much slower. It’s no wonder that data visualization and digital signage go so well together – just like cookies and cream!
Incredible results, that’s what.
Digital signage takes queue management to a new level.
Queues involve customers waiting with little else to do, while digital signage is all about drawing the attention of viewers and engaging them with a message.
Digital signage has proven itself as a high impact medium that gives us the power to communicate more effectively with dynamic and engaging messaging.