As people begin planning their New Year’s resolutions to lose that extra 15 pounds or give more time to charitable causes, you can commit to improving your digital signage system in 2013.
Whether you have outdated information for the 2010 company picnic on your digital kiosk or just some slightly stale content, spruce up your screens to start fresh in the new year.
- Try something new—integrate a QR code or add interactivity to any display.
- Evaluate your entire digital signage strategy. Is your digital signage in the best possible location? Are you wisely employing its available real estate? Are you taking advantage of scheduling?
- Make sure you’re using color to draw and keep the attention of your audience.
- Make any necessary updates for company information or logo changes.
These are just a few of the many improvements you can make. Tell us how you’re setting up your digital signage for success in 2013!
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