Earlier this month we released our digital signage Template Library - a convenient collection of engaging templates for your digital signage needs.
This post was written by Nick, a new member of our Customer Success team. Before joining Rise Vision, Nick was a digital signage novice so he thought it would be interesting to document some of his learnings over the past 3 months. Want to see what a digital signage beginner has to share? Read on.[…]
This is it! Rise Player Professional has officially been released! For a long time we have heard from our users that they want a more robust and enhanced Rise Player to control their digital signage content. After much consideration, research, and development we are very pleased to announce the[…]
This post was written by Blake Freeman, one of our Support & QA superstars. He decided to document his experience with getting started with digital signage on the Raspberry Pi 3 using our Rise Player and we couldn't be more excited to share. Keep reading to see exactly what Blake did to get started[…]
The Problem Platte County High School used to use static displays mounted on the wall to recognize their All-State players, records and trophies. Although it was a good idea at first, they had reached the point where they couldn’t fit any more trophies and no one was stopping to look.
We’ve written about digital signage best practices before, but focused mainly on passive content. Interactive digital signage is a fancy way of saying touchscreens. Many of the best practices from passive content apply to interactive but there are a few important pieces that you need to know about[…]