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Engaging Communications begin with High-Quality Content

Creating content for digital signage is more than just posting static images and videos with the same message. It’s about creating targeted communications that reach your audiences with the relevant information they need.

At ConnectedSign, our team of in-house content architects understand how to design visual communications that engage your employees and customers.

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Workforce Content Templates at Your Fingertips

Explore the convenience of ConnectedSign's ready-made workforce content images. Effortlessly download templates from our extensive library and simply add them into your digital signage. These curated content images serve as effective reminders and information sources for your employees. Popular topics include employee recognition, safety, health/wellness, trivia, and more!

New pieces are added weekly to assure you always have fresh content to choose from.

Additionally, if you don't see what you're looking for in our content library, please send us your suggestions. Our graphic designers will be happy to create a template for you.

Top Workforce Content Categories

  • Health & Wellness
  • Workforce Safety
  • Employee Recognition
  • Customer Service
  • Teamwork
  • Digi-Know...?™ (fun facts)
  • Holidays & Celebrations

Check Out a Few Examples of Our Workforce Content

Creative Services Overview

  • Digital signage content strategy
  • Content optimization
  • Integrations
  • Interactive media, video, and motion graphics
  • Widgets, content feeds, and templates
  • Design a digital signage visual communications strategy that is affordable, relevant, and engaging.

Let us help you plan your digital signage experience.

Digital Signage Content FAQs

Content refers to what something is made up of, or what something contains. Digital signage content is the information that's shared by digital signage software. Some of it may be close to the same content that companies previously shared via old-school signage hung on the wall, sent in emails, or announced in person or on the phone during meetings.

What Makes Up Digital Content?

There are tons of possibilities that can make up digital signage content. Words, of course, are a popular aspect. So are videos, graphs, charts, and dynamic graphics. Digital content is exciting and eye-catching and may or may not be interactive.

Who Decides On Digital Content?

Depending on what a company is using digital signage to address, digital content may be written by a Marketing strategist, an IT administrator, a Safety engineer, someone else, or a content management team. Graphics and charts may be designed by a Graphic Designer. Once the content is created, it can be easily loaded into the digital signage software. Some companies use integrations for seamless content management.

How Is It Shared?

Digital signage takes the content from a centralized location and distributes it at set times throughout locations on digital displays. The content can address different people, from employees and vendors, to customers, to patients. The type of digital content depends on the type of industry and the messaging goals. Wayfinding, announcements, safety processes, updates, advertising, and emergency messages are a few of the many types of digital content companies use.

In short, digital signage content functions similarly to regular content. The delivery of it through a signage software system is what makes it unique and more powerful than through other channels.

Content & News Integration Streaming Packages

Our packages of animated streaming feeds can link to multiple data sources to showcase information through animated feeds that stream directly to your digital signage platform. Swipe through the photos below to see some examples of these feeds and how they can fit into most regions of your digital signage.

Social Media Integration Package