In many ways, video walls are unique among digital signage solutions. They tend to be big projects, with numerous screens, hardware assets, and content options required for even the smallest installations. But in other ways, video walls are no different than any standard digital signage project. Like all digital signage, a video wall is only as good as its content. Many of the best practices for digital signage content creation hold true for video walls. Here are 3 best practices for designing content for a video wall:
For any kind of mass communication, location is key to reaching your audience. The same goes for daily communications on digital signage in a school.
Here are the top 5 places to install digital signage in a school:
Digital signage has proven to be fast, flexible, and overall very fitting for real-time communication. In K-12 schools, it has a variety of uses including displaying menus in the cafeteria, showing announcements and event listings in common areas and for directories and wayfinding in lobbies. Here’s now you can improve safety in schools using digital signage:
It’s not uncommon to see the terms analytics, metrics and KPIs used interchangeably. The problem is these terms aren’t the same and using them correctly – or incorrectly – makes a huge difference.