Businesses invest in digital signage with the primary goal of communicating with and marketing to their customers. They use this technology to attract their target market, keep them engaged, and ultimately, improve sales.
The most common use for digital signage systems is to market a business’ products and services. But it serves an even bigger purpose — to inform. From introducing a movement to announcing safety information, digital signage solutions are first and foremost a public communications tool.
Dexter Community School is a mid-size school district located in Dexter, Michigan. Nestled along the banks of the Huron River and Mill Creek, Dexter is a friendly town just outside of Ann Arbor, home of the University of Michigan. The high school has about 1,200 students while the entire district[…]
While single-screen digital signage is, by a long shot, more effective than traditional signage, you might want to level up your display further. Perhaps you have more content and information than you can show on one screen, or you simply want to boost your content delivery with a cutting-edge and[…]
Digital signage is everywhere, to the point that you likely come across one or two every time you head out. Businesses have seen the advantages that cloud based digital signage can bring over traditional signage, but the question is if they’re using it right.
Digital signage and touchscreen kiosks are two technologies that are seeing tremendous growth and use in recent years. However, the rising popularity of both has led to confusion about their differences and applications. And in turn, businesses need help deciding which to employ for their unique[…]
While commercially made digital signage screens are made of properties that can wick off moisture, dirt, and debris, there will come a time when your digital sign will need cleaning. Sooner rather than later, your display will start collecting dust and fingerprints from curious visitors — even if[…]
Can you imagine a world where kindness is the norm? That’s the world that Rise Vision hopes to help contribute to. In 2023, Rise Vision conducted a survey to discover how schools are promoting kindness in their schools and school districts. Now, we are sharing those results to make it even easier[…]
As we run full speed into the summer, Rise Vision is excited to announce the latest updates and new features geared to make the lives of our customers easier than ever before. These features are designed to help you create engaging, informative, and attractive digital signage that grabs the[…]
Digital signage used to be reserved for large corporations, and you could tell by what was being advertised on busy electronic billboards mounted on buildings in the city center. But thanks to advancements in digital sign technology, from LED screens to easier-to-use software, digital signage has[…]
Putting up a booth at a trade show is a great way to introduce your brand and what you have to offer to thousands of attendees. It’s your chance to make a great first impression, dive into a meaningful conversation with the trade showgoers, and hopefully, convert them into customers.
Wheatland-Chili is a tiny school district located in Scottsville, New York. This suburban agricultural community is home to one of the oldest Historic Districts in the nation and is called home to around 2,000 residents.