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Believe me, creating well designed content takes practice. Most content creators learn the basics of how to use their digital media software, and stop their education there. I’m here to tell you that there is always room for improvement.
In the first blog of this series, “Design matters in digital signage,” I explained how design has a huge impact on attracting and retaining audiences. In this blog, let’s focus on what not to do when creating a design. Don’t worry, these mistakes are easy to remedy! Make these simple changes and not only will you see an increase in audience engagement but also notice your signage has become the go-to for organization communications.
Great, so you have successfully deployed a digital signage solution that fits your needs. You’ve followed all the proper deployment rules and have signage installed in strategic locations, and you can navigate the CMS software with the best of them — but do you actually know how to reap the benefits of digital signage?
The answer is having eye-catching fresh content. Sound painful? You’re not alone; many users struggle to keep their content looking awe-worthy! The good news is that most common digital content blunders are easy to remedy! After making a few simple changes to their strategy, users usually see an instant increase in audience engagement. To get you started, here are the four main mistakes customers seem to make when creating content for their digital signage:
What appear to be small pitfalls and mistakes can often times lead to big problems when it comes to creating an effective experience from start to finish. Are you guilty of committing an interactivity crime? Take a look at our top five tips below to find out.
Once the decision to get digital signage has been made, the path to successful deployment can be rough or smooth depending on the amount of research that has been done. So, to assist in the research process, here is a list of six problems that you may be faced with.
Mistake number 1 – Short-sighted budgets
Make sure your budget doesn’t just cover the initial system costs, but also includes software and hardware upgrades so you can stay current and get new features.