We recently returned from Las Vegas where we pulled out all the stops at this year’s Digital Signage Expo to showcase the very latest in Reflect’s digital signage and interactive applications.  In case you missed us, during the show we highlighted our ViewPoint solutions, which harness the power of our latest software release, ReflectView 6, and best in class hardware and partner offerings to deliver a strategic, scalable platform for retail and out-of-home media networks.

Consider the Environment

The physical environment of the venue can have a big impact on content design considerations. Knowing where the digital display will be located will help to keep the content looking seamless to the environment. An issue many companies have with digital signage is how it fits into their environmental design. As a content designer, it is your goal to seamlessly relate the content to where it is placed at the location. If possible, survey the location.

Define the Objective

Return on investment (ROI) is extremely important in digital signage deployments, but as a content designer, return on objective (ROO) is just as important, and may have a greater impact on the consumer experience. By delivering the best consumer experiences and brand messaging, you will leave an impression on each consumer, either negative or positive. This impression is directly impacted by the content created and will impact the ROO and ultimately the business.

Digital signage is increasingly used as a form of out-of-home advertising in which video content, advertisements and real-time messages are displayed on screens with a goal of delivering targeted messages to specific locations at specific times. The market has proven digital signage as more beneficial than static signage because content can be updated frequently, saving the cost of printing and capturing more attention.  Digital signage also has the ability to be interactive using touch screens, gestures and mobile device integration.

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Reflect worked with Verizon Wireless and their preferred hardware and integration partners to plan, test and deploy in-store marketing displays and self-service kiosk systems that enabled reliable content management and delivery. With the open architecture of ReflectView, Verizon Wireless is able to integrate with internal business systems and use enterprise-standard deployment and support processes.

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