The question is not "where to put the displays" but "what to put on them". There are many different locations for digital signage and they all have a different audience. The location of your signage will help dictate what you put on it. The viewers walking through the lobby will be a very different audience from the viewers sitting in the break room.
The lobby is a great place for your brand to shine. Animated logos and brand videos can be prominently displayed for all to see. Welcome guests and greet employees as they walk through the door.
A connected classroom is a space where students and teachers can effortlessly share, collaborate, and inform each other. Use the classroom to engage with kids and get everyone on the same page.
You don't have a lot of time to grab the attention of passersby but hallways can be a great way to advertise the next company event or daily special in the cafeteria.
A Cafeteria has many different areas for digital signage. You can display your menu board at the register or entertain viewers with video while they sit and each lunch.
Parking garage signage can provide viewers with information on how to get from a to z or let them know how much it costs to park.
The Break room is the perfect place for digital signage. You have time to inform employees of upcoming events, important health care information or just entertain them with the news.
With Conference rooms you have a captive audience waiting for their meeting to begin. Reinforce your company values, update viewers on specific technical details of the room or brighten their day with a quote of the day.
Many people gather at sports facilities. From the ticketing area to the lockers rooms, there is no shortage of space to inform with digital signage. Keep people on time, up to date or interested in the game when their butts aren't in their seats.
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