Posts Tagged: digital content

Digital Content Digital Signage Sign Design Technology
Part 2: May Your Resolution Be Right
June 30, 2011
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Part 2: May Your Resolution Be Right
More fun with technology! If you are up to date, you have followed these posts for a while. Our Part 1 of this two-part series on resolution is very important if you plan to use the information provided here, so give it a good read. Okay, ready? HD Resolution (or Frame Size): There are 2 […]
Consulting Digital Content Digital Signage Technology
Part 1: May Your Resolution Be Right
May 19, 2011
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Part 1: May Your Resolution Be Right
Here’s Part One of Two about the technology that transforms a blank flat panel screen into a communications dynamo! Just what you’ve been waiting for! (Hmmm?). It’s time for a wee bit of technical jargon, and it’s not going to hurt a bit. When it comes to digital signage (the moving kind), the one most confusing […]
Consulting Digital Content Sales & Marketing Statistics
Our Predictions All Came True…
September 3, 2010
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Back in 2007, one of our blog posts predicted that the “traditional” sign industry trade associations would be looking at dynamic digital signage as the new frontier. That, we can now boast, is a prediction fulfilled. See our July post of 2007 for the exact prediction for the International Sign Association’s involvement to come. That […]
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Part 4: CLEVR Readability for Dynamic Digital Signs
February 3, 2010
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If you are following this series, you know we are talking about the science behind good sign design, and how this applies to digital sign content as well. In our first post, we reviewed content considerations as  a whole. This brought us to Part 1, CLEVR acronym for Conspicuity, Legibility, Visibility and Readability. We reviewed […]
Digital Content Digital Signage Sign Design
Part 2: CLEVR Legibility for Digital Design
November 3, 2009
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If you are following this series, you know we are talking about the science behind good sign design, and how this applies to digital sign content as well. In our first post, we reviewed content considerations as  a whole. This brought us to Part 1, CLEVR acronym for Conspicuity, Legibility, Visibility and Readability. We reviewed […]
Consulting Digital Content Retail Marketing Sales & Marketing Store Planning
Waiting Room Opportunities
July 10, 2008
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We estimate that 8,000,000 businesses are prime candidates today for lobby signage. The application of dynamic sign technology will improve customer satisfaction, lift sales, and build credibility. Here is a partial list of markets that can be well-served with signs of this type: Dental Office Local hospitals Health Spas Pediatricians CPA/Financial Planners Lube & Tire […]