If you have seen groups of people gathered in the streets, staring into their phones, chances are it’s because of the new game- Pokémon Go. This game has taken over the world recently, and now you can use it to your advantage. We've joined the Poké hype and have released two new Pokémon Go themed[…]
You may be noticing some new Rise faces showing up from time to time in our Community and messaging services. New to you, but not new to us. A few months ago we realized that the best way for us to solve the Job To Be Done for our customers is to make sure that everyone in the company knows what[…]
On May 11th 2016, Ryan Cahoy along with the Kent School District, and the Manor Independent School District sat on a live panel with the Digital Signage Federation to discuss leveraging k-12 school digital signage.
They were designed based off of feedback from a number of higher education customers. However, they can be used in all sorts of settings. These templates are designed to be simple and easy to customize. You can use them in a set or, pick and choose, it’s up to you. The bright colours, transitions[…]
We have just released a new service: Rise Custom Templates! How does it work? Browse through our library of templates, once you find one that catches your eye head over here and purchase Rise Custom Templates.
A couple weeks ago we published a blog post with 8 free digital signage backgrounds that you could use. It ended up getting a lot of attention so we decided to create 9 more! You can download them by right clicking and selecting "Save image as".
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Vivid backgrounds and images are an important aspect of your digital signage. They can make or break your design and help you catch the attention of your desired audience. We thought we would help you out by creating 8 free digital signage backgrounds for you to try out. Read on to see the sample[…]
Previously we have provided advice, tips and tricks for those that are actively creating digital signage - be it for 30 screen rollouts across a large organization or two displays for a small business. If you are currently considering digital signage as part of your overall signage this entry will[…]
In this previous post I went over how to plan out your digital signage set up. Once you’ve done that you get to do the fun part… Building the content. Sometimes people get a little excited (I am definitely a culprit) and try to put as many things on their display as possible. The problem is that we[…]
Digital signage is typically a glance medium. There are cases where someone will be sitting or standing in front of the screen for long periods of time. But usually you have a few seconds to get your message across. To have the highest impact in that short period of time you need to know what your[…]