Did you know that Google has an entire directory of open source web fonts that are free for the taking? Better still, they provide an API that makes it super simple to include them in your digital signage Presentations. After you've selected the perfect Google Web Font, there are only 2 steps you[…]
If you have ever built a multi-page Presentation for a touchscreen using our free digital signage software, you might have wondered if there was a way to return to the home page after a predetermined period of inactivity. You'll be happy to know that there is, and that we've done this in templates[…]
Last week I talked about how to handle image click events. This week, on a related topic, I'd like to discuss how to implement image maps. We use image maps in the Campus Concierge Presentation, one of our free digital signage templates, to navigate to a different page of the Presentation when one[…]
What do you think it would take to build something like the below? I'm guessing you would fire up Photoshop and start creating this as an image. What if I told you that there's another way to do it; a way that doesn't involve images at all?
Everyone wants to attract Users and keep them. Everyone wants to build bigger and bigger digital signage networks. We get it. And we have heard you loud and clear that you want more ways to accomplish this, while reinforcing your brand and message. With our latest release we have given you a few[…]
In building Presentations with our digital signage software, you may find that you need something to happen when a user clicks on or touches an image. For example, the image might be a button that should show a different page in a multi-page Presentation when selected. Never fear! There are not[…]