MAKE THE MOST OUT OF THE DISPLAY SPACE YOU HAVE AVAILABLE
Digital signage is a convenient and effective way to drive increased customer engagement with your brand through content that advertises, educates, informs, and entertains. But in a world where the average person spends a large chunk of their day absorbed in computer screens and smartphone screens littered with digital advertising, how do you make your digital displays stand out?
We have some tips to help you make the most out of your digital signage display in Tempe, AZ, or elsewhere in the U.S. Keep reading to learn four best practices.
To make the right choice for your business, understand the differences in technology, cost, and utilization of LCD and LED display panels Digital displays — like a massive, single-screen video board or multi-screen video wall — are engaging solutions for displaying content and videos in the university setting, retail stores and restaurants, broadcast TV, sports stadiums and arenas, conference rooms, worship centers, healthcare centers and other public and commercial venues.
In past blogs, we’ve discussed multiple ways digital displays can be used for education, entertainment, and even security. But first, your Scottsdale, AZ, organization must go through the process of selecting and installing the right display for your goals. Below, we’ll explore the two most popular display technologies available and the pros and cons of each.
VIDEO WALLS AREN’T JUST FOR SHOW
No doubt you may have seen a video wall somewhere. Perhaps in a sports bar, where a big game is matrixed on a wall composed of multiple display screens. While that is an excellent use – more on that later – video walls are useful in many scenarios.
If you think that video walls are expensive, there certainly are over-the-top implementations that can be so. However, with the current cost of displays, control technology, and software, it's not difficult to build a cost-effective solution that generates a ROI.
CAPTURE MORE ATTENTION AND ENGAGEMENT THAN STATIC DISPLAYS AND PRINT COMMUNICATIONS
Made you look: 63% of people report that digital signage catches their attention. Today, more and more corporations, healthcare organizations, educational institutions and retailers realize how effective digital displays are for communication, engagement, brand awareness and sales. In a technology-centered, digital-driven society, digital signage is a forward-thinking tool that helps businesses communicate and share content more effectively. If you’re interested in a digital signage installation for your business, Level 3 Audiovisual is an AV integrator who serves commercial organizations in Scottsdale, AZ, and across the country. If you’re still on the fence, keep reading to learn more about digital displays.
If you’ve ever had to choose a display option for an office, venue or event, you’ve probably asked yourself this question: Which is better, a flat panel display video wall or a projector video wall? The short answer is, it depends. There are certainly applications where a blended or rear projection video wall might be a better fit. But the longer answer is, while a projector isn’t always a wrong choice, a LCD or direct view LED video wall has plenty of advantages worth considering.
Once confined to company lobbies, secretive government command centers and science fiction movies, video walls are becoming increasingly commonplace across multiple industries including retail, higher education and utility and traffic monitoring applications. And that’s just the beginning. According to a recent industry forecast, the global LED video wall market is set to grow at a compound annual rate of 35.1 percent, reaching $73.51 billion by 2025. If you’re thinking of jumping on the bandwagon, here are some trends to watch—and some important considerations to keep in mind.
The adage “You only get one chance to make a first impression” is just as true with places as it is people. Whether it’s a hotel, a student library, or a lobby, what we feel the moment we walk in often translates into an opinion—the hotel deal was too good to be true, I can’t see myself at this college, this company feels too corporate. And that opinion influences the decision that happens next—I’m booking a different hotel, I’m attending the other college, I’m selecting a different provider. Creating an impression that is true to your brand and your mission takes more than a skilled interior designer—it takes technology. Video walls deliver more than an impression—they create an experience. The success of video walls at stopping retail shoppers in their tracks, creating a high-end feel in hotels, helping hospital patients and visitors find their way, engaging students in learning, and delivering relevant information to lobby visitors is the reason the adoption of this solution continues to increase at impressive rates. It’s likely why you’re researching video walls and reading this blog.