So, you've decided digital displays are right for your environment. What next? In this first installment of our 5-part blog series we are going to help you with everything from choosing the right size display to making money with your content. Let's start at the beginning, then. Choosing the Right Display and Software Not all digital displays are created equal. Some are large and viewed from a distance while others are made to draw attention at closer ranges. Some are interac
When news of the 2015 HCC Newspring Business Plan Competition hit our ears we, of course, jumped at the opportunity to enter. With a new reason to revamp our business plan, we readied our typing fingers and geared up for this exciting competition. While we were working diligently in Houston, the middle school students participating in Wide Angle Youth Media's Baltimore Speaks Out! program were working hard on their own project, unaware of the effect they would have on the HD2
There's no doubt that digital signage is the way of the future. Restaurants, hospitals and office buildings, among other places, are straying from the antiquated looks of static signage and shifting to the attractive, modern feel achieved through products of the digital age.
But is it enough to just have an attractive display? I say nay nay. What good is a beautiful piece of hardware if it isn't being used to its full potential? It will catch the eye for a moment, but its t