This May the FDA's long-awaited menu-labeling regulations went into effect, following a one-year reprieve intended to give restauranteurs more time to become compliant. Fortunately for these chains, in-restaurant digital signage dramatically reduces the work required to comply with these new regulations.
When Polaris discovered its retail experience fell short, it turned to interactive digital signage to craft a more successful experience for customers of its sports' vehicles.
Digital Signage Today wasn't slowed down by any April showers last month, as the top stories examined key trends such as Coca Cola's entry into the digital signage market.
In the digital signage industry, it's easy to get lost in a sea of various displays, software packages and media players. It can all start to blend together after a while. The key is to analyze the underlying trends.
Digital menu boards, kiosks, online ordering and loyalty programs are just a few technologies that are making their debut in restaurants. During a panel at the Restaurant Franchising and Innovation Summit, panelists discussed how to get your restaurant tech ready.
It can be difficult to know if your digital signage idea is ready for production or if it should go through a few prototype stages. If you answer a few questions, however, you can gain an overall idea of whether you are ready to make the jump.
Before selecting an outdoor display, you need to answer a few questions such as: How will it hold up in the sunlight? How can I handle overheating? And how will I afford it?
It can be overwhelming visiting a trade show for the first time. Here's what to expect, and how to get the most out of them as a current or potential digital signage end user.
Given the mainstream adoption of touch control available on consumer devices, it's no surprise that a feature like force (or pressure) sensitivity is increasingly common on larger touchscreens used in kiosks, touch tables and interactive video walls.
All corporate buildings and retailers want to create a good atmosphere for visitors. Digital signage can help create these environments, and it can tap into a deeper level: the customer's emotions.
Last month's top features took a peak into the future by predicting the top digital signage trends of 2018.
Last week, we discussed key considerations for selecting a screen such as aesthetics, ports, resolution and size. Next, we will examine protecting your screen indoors and outdoors, and how to choose between a commercial or consumer screen.
Getting the balance right is crucial when choosing digital signage screens. You want value for money, combined with reliability and screens that work. This quick-fire tutorial explains some of the basics of digital signage screens.
2017 was an innovative year for digital signage, and 2018 promises to have even more going on. Both organizations and the public have embraced the digitalization of…well, everything…and they want more.
The digital signage landscape is always the same, but also changing at the same time. It is absolutely necessary to stay on the cutting edge of digital signage trends to avoid becoming mere 'background noise.'
Digital Signage Today readers last year were highly intrigued by OOH trends and an OOH porn incident. Two of the five top read stories for 2017 covered the incident at Union Station in Washington D.C., where a user turned a public display into a very loud pornographic video.
We are nearing the end of 2017, and it has certainly been a crazy year for digital signage, as the industry continually produces better and better hardware and software. Our bloggers on Digital Signage Today had plenty to say about the industry on topics ranging from pricing to future market trends.
Sometimes you can pick what looks like the solution with the best price, only to realize there are hidden costs involved.
There's a lot of buzz in the industry about how voice integration in digital signage may be the next big step forward in how signage is used to interface with customers. And while I don't doubt that voice integration will become much more prominent in the years ahead, as an industry we have some interesting challenges to address.
All digital menu boards are not created equal. For this reason, it's essential for restaurants to evaluate their hardware, content and content management options carefully to find the best solution for their needs.