Many restaurants are snatching up digital signage like candy, but there's still major challenges when addressing the logistics, user friendliness and customer experience challenges.
One LA cafe aimed to create a truly laid back atmosphere with many healthy options. The only problem was the menu was far too large for customers, so the cafe turned to digital signage to help them deliver better content portions.
A farm friendly fast casual ran into trouble squeezing its 50+ items into menus. It turned towards digital signage to deliver it's fresh customer experience.
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Over the last several months, restaurants have dominated the top stories on Digital Signage Today, but September readers branched out a bit and explored topics ranging from retail digital signage kiosks to future trends.
One way retailers are luring in customers to their display or kiosk is by using digital signage attract screens.
Digital signage seems simple, but choosing software can be a challenge. Where do you begin?
David Weatherhead, CEO of Advanced, discusses key trends in the market, including the increasing growth of video walls and LED technology, as well as how companies are future-proofing their investments.
August's top stories really hit readers in the stomach, with topics ranging from the basics of menu boards to viral videos at the bar. One story in particular examined if digital signage is finally taking over drive thru menus, while others examined LED technology.
The digital signage industry may seem like a mature industry, but it continues to grow and expand in different ways. Trends are a moving target, especially in a technology industry, so it's important to regularly get some perspective from companies in the field.
Retailers looking to purchase digital signage often worry that the 50-inch display won't be a match for the cell phone. One way integrators are addressing this issue is by adding mobile elements into digital signage.
Many restaurants are trading in dusty static boards for digital menu boards. It's obvious that menu boards are more popular than they used to be, but have we reached the tipping point of mass deployment? What challenges remain? And how do restaurants make them a success?
Bars are hoping to inspire customers to stick around by streaming content from The Chive.
The expanding capabilities of digital signage, coupled with more economical software and equipment, are creating more opportunities for companies and organizations looking to engage consumers interactively in outdoor environments.
Readers, last month, were looking for that secret sauce to jumpstart customer experience and to answer CEO concerns about digital signage. Other top stories examined digital signage tactics and trends in all verticals.
This month Digital Signage Today is focusing on digital signage in the education vertical. Digital signage performs a number of tasks in the education vertical from wayfinding to interactive solutions.
VR and AR will find a place in retail environments faster than in the homeowner market. But for this to happen, retailers need to add value.
Digital signage is the norm today, not the exception. What is driving this growth in digital signage?
Last month's top stories on Digital Signage Today covered a porn hack, interactivity tactics for retailers and choosing the best manufacturer.
Virtual Reality isn't science fiction anymore. What does it mean for the digital signage industry? Is VR a friend or a foe?