Category Archive: digital signage

Design as a Factor in Digital Signage

The benefits of digital signage are many, including ease of content management, potential for advertising, and its modern appearance which assists in branding. When considering a digital signage solution for your facility, you must weigh design as a vital factor. The design of digital signage and the smooth integration of that design into the context …

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Digital Signage is a Growing Trend Boutique Chain Restaurants


Digital signage has been making inroads into large commercial and retail spaces for years, but a growing trend is digital signage in restaurants. Let’s shine our spotlight on Pie Five Pizza. Think of them as the Pinkberry of pizza or maybe the Starbucks of pizza….maybe not in size or expanse, but in style and in-store …

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Digital Signage in a Universal Design World

Though traditional architectural and wayfinding displays remain the most reliable and established means of communicating information in the marketplace, continual technological advancements and reduced costs have resulted in an increase in the abundance and popularity of digital products in the signage industry.  No longer content simply to add electronic flourishes to old buildings, companies are …

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Digital Signage Causes Controversy for DART and Council Member


A recent story by Steve Stoler with reported on a City of Garland city council member and his concerns with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) deciding to spend $6 million on digital signage at stations throughout its service area. To read the complete story, click here. We’ve provided a key excerpt from Mr. Stoler’s article below: …

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ADA-Compliant Digital Signage Through Innovative Technologies

Managing ADA accessibility is important to consider not only when implementing a standard architectural signage solution, but it is also important to consider for digital signage solutions as well. Thanks to technological advances, there are numerous assistive technologies available on the market today that facilitate ADA-compliant digital signage solutions.  QR Codes: More Than a Marketing Tool QR codes are specially …

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Digital Signage Makes an Impact on College Performing Arts Center

When students, staff and patrons enter the Creative Arts Center at Clark State Community College, the first thing they see is a multi-panel digital signage video wall and a 40″ dynamic digital signage display. The video wall is comprised of eight 46” ultra-slim flat displays that streams cloud-based content to welcome patrons to the creative arts center and …

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How Digital Signage Turned an ADA Issue into Added Revenue

There’s a great article recently written for Digital Signage Today that marries three important signage concepts and demonstrates how a state agency turned anADA challenge into a viable revenue stream. The three concepts are: The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) has such a visible and broad impact on society. Despite not being specifically noted anywhere …

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Signage Quick Hit: Media Facade Digital Signage in the News

The stainless steel mesh is embedded with linear tubes filled with LEDs. The diodes serve as “pixels” for displaying high-resolution digital imagery. In case you missed it, we wanted to bring your attention to an intriguing article titled “Brilliantly Transparent,” in the December 2011 issue of Construction Specifier magazine. The article is authored by Mike …

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Revisting Some Good Posts from 2011 for Architectural Signage

As we head toward the end of 2011, we thought it would be good idea to share some of the most popular architectural signage and wayfinding posts from Conversations about Signage from the year. Five Popular Posts: Even though the following five posts received a lot of traffic throughout 2011, it  is possible you might …

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Will Digital Signage and Mobile Apps End Traditional Wayfinding?

A posting on The Velvet Principle blog titled “Do Digital Screens and Mobile Apps Mean the End of Static Signs in Wayfinding?” raised an interesting question. The post made several good points about the ability of hand-help devices, coupled with dynamic and interactive digital signage solutions, to replace traditional interior signage for wayfinding information. Let’s cut …

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