Manzano High School has installed a digital signage system using StrandVision Digital Signage software. The system reaches students in six public areas and is also available in several classrooms across the campus.
Like many schools, Manzano had a cable television network that was underutilized. Staff recognized the potential of the cable system to augment daily announcements, posters and other communications in order to let students know about upcoming events and build school spirit by recognizing student clubs, activities and achievements.
To hear more about StrandVision’s digital signage solutions for your school, college or university, visit www.StrandVision.com or call 715-235-7446 (SIGN).
Don’t be blind to design needs of the four percent
Are you excluding thousands of potential viewers and customers from your screens by ignoring the role of colour? You could be, if you haven’t realised just how common colour blindness is – and just how easy it is to make your digital signage or digital out-of-home content more accessible.
When we consider accessibility, many of us still conjure up images of making the physical environment accessible to people with disabilities – ramps, handrails, wheelchair spaces and the like.
But accessibility of content and interfaces can be every bit as important, and in practice are bigger concerns for those in the world of screen media. (Though physical accessibility still matters; think of display positioning, for example.)
To read more, please, visit: http://www.screenmediamag.com/screenmedianews/4375-dont-be-blind-to-design-needs-of-the-four-percent