Digital Signage Reliability In a previous post, we discussed the importance of reliability and how we monitor reliability across our displays in the field. One advantage of this is that it will reveal problems that might be occurring after a new player version is released. That’s an important[…]
How a CrossFit gym was able to double their sales in 3 months and increase engagement by using digital signage.
There are lots of different operating systems out there that digital signage can run on and everyone has their preference. We’ve decided to build our player to run on Windows 7, 10 and Ubuntu 14.04. We’ve found these operating systems to be reliable, stable and widely used in the digital signage[…]
We recently started a profit sharing experiment within our company and a number of people have asked why we did it and how it works, so I thought I would share with all. And contrary to probably the most frequently asked question that we get - “How do you make money?” - yes, we do make money, and[…]
A flashy digital signage project with compelling visuals and an engaging message can quickly fail on a significant (but often overlooked) detail: location.
Last week, more than half of our team swapped their usual remote working arrangements (from all over the world) and gathered in our co-working space at BrghtLane in Toronto. We had a week of events planned as a part of our Holiday get together, and we also decided to plan our very first hack day.[…]