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[…]
A case study illustrating how Custom Ink uses the Rise Vision platform to power their internal office digital signage. CustomInk is the leading online provider of custom apparel and accessories for groups and occasions. Their customers are emotionally invested in their orders, allowing CustomInk to[…]
It’s 2017. Virtual reality lets you feel what it’s like to fall from the sky, Drone regulation is a serious topic, Full(er) House has returned after 21 years, and chances are you know about and understand digital signage.
There are a lot of reasons why it’s time to switch to digital signage, but reaching your young customers is probably near the top of your list. Whether it’s because millennials make up about 25% of the U.S. population, are the first generation to not know a world without the Internet, or because[…]