Odds are, most of the Gadgets that you build for your digital signage will have settings available for the user to configure fonts and colors. It makes your Gadget more flexible and it is easy for the user to customize the look to fit better within their overall Presentation. In Part 4 of the[…]
In my last post I alluded to an id UserPref that is required when adding support for the Play, Pause and Stop commands. So, where DOES the value of id come from? It is actually one of a few different parameters whose values are automatically passed to the Gadget by the Viewer. The other parameters[…]
It has been a really interesting ride bringing the new Rise Vision platform to market and I thought I would share a few of the stats we use to measure our progress. We have been averaging about 17% month over month growth in new company registrations and that includes the dip in July which we[…]
This is part nine in our series on Presentation best practices. Less is more – While you have an unlimited resource of Gadgets and information you can put on a Display, sometimes just simple messages may be the most effective.
Digital Signage Content is King And here I am back at this argument again. I'm sure I read some blog that tried to convince me that technology, or ROI, or objectives are the king of digital signage. So I'd like to settle this once and for all. I have yet to see anyone beat this reasoning. There[…]