The words “Digital Display” make me think of those giant screens in the airports that show all the inbound and outgoing flights and where their gates are. Which only account for one of the innumerable options there are with digital display systems. Ranging from digital clock and whether displays on a bedside table, to the big screens projecting music artists at their concerts.
There are so many types of digital display systems. Each holding a different range of importance. Wouldn’t it be awesome to have digital displays with more functionality? Scoreboards, for example, are a type of digital display that make games more enjoyable. When someone makes a score, we can see it change in less than a second. I enjoy that a lot more than waiting for someone to manually change out the numbers. But what if the scoreboard could be used for other things during the week, like during hosted events?
We are More recently input digital display screens at a local gym. These screens will be used as scoreboards, but there are more than one and they’re all multi-functional. With this being the case, these screens can also host sponsor logos, video shots, promotional ads, and more. Spending money on individual displays doesn’t have to be the case anymore – it hasn’t been for a while.
Whether it’s singular or multifunctional, having digital display systems are a good idea for businesses, gyms, schools, office buildings, cruise ships, billboards, churches and – well the list goes on. Give We Are More a call with any further questions or a free consultation!
Whole building audio; it’s fun, relaxing, and establishes the mood for any setting. There’s only one thing you’re missing, an installation team. You might be wondering why you can’t just set up speakers on our own. You could, it just wouldn’t be the same as We Are More installing it for you.
Let’s imagine you trying to give your house “whole building audio.” You go out, buy all the speakers, wait, do you know which speakers to buy? Which speaker goes where? Should you get the big ones or the little ones? Which brand is going to last the longest? I guess google could help with that right? Yeah, let’s move on.
Okay, so you get the speakers, and you start setting them up in the kitchen. Do speakers go in the kitchen? What about the bathroom? Do you need them in there? Is the garage considered part of the “whole building audio” space? Hmmm, Google could help with that too, I’m sure. We’ll just skip that.
So, you’re setting up your sound system in the kitchen, then you start looking for outlets, because they need power— hold on, does this mean you’re going to have wires running through your kitchen? Yes. Do you want that? I sure hope not. The only way google could help at that point would be to help you look up someone to hide the wires for you.
Lets back up, after all the hard work of getting the speakers, rearranging your house to get them in a spot that has potential, and spending a lot of time trying to hide wires, you finally realize that you should’ve just hired We Are More to get everything done for you.
We Are More would make sure you get the best quality speakers and the right types, they would set them up in optimal spots that make sense, and they’d make sure that all wires are hidden with a mess free finish that leaves you wondering how they did it. No need to fuss with uncertainty again.
Stores, office buildings, and houses come to life with whole building audio. Next time you or anyone you know wants to install “whole building audio,” save the trouble for another day and hire We Are More! Smart service at its finest.
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A smart restroom seems like a silly topic. People use the restroom to use the toilet, shower, bathe, change clothes, and then they’re out. Having a smart restroom, however, is less about what you do in there and more about how your experience is. I know that sounds funky but keep reading.
Walking into commercial restrooms have always been an event for me. I mentally prepare myself before walking in, "I hope it doesn't smell. I hope I won't have to touch the faucet. Please let there be soap in the dispensers. I hope there will be paper towels left." The way public restrooms make people feel stick with them. Example: Walmart is a great place for buying decently priced picture frames, but when I think of their restrooms an image of cold steal and hospital white floors comes to mind. I usually want to get in and out of there as quickly as I can.
Recently, I used a restroom that was one of the nicest I’d ever seen in a Walmart. Warm lighting complemented the mahogany walls and tan stone pictured tiles, the temperature was controlled at a perfect warmth, and the hand dryers worked in seconds—the orchids sitting between each sensor activated sink were the cherry on top. It was a SMART RESTROOM, and it completely changed the mood of the store for me. That Walmart is now my favorite one to go to. Their picture frames cost just as much as the other Walmart’s, but their bathroom is kept up, clean, and smart, leaving me with a resort like feel and a happier shopping experience.
Commercial smart restrooms say a lot about their company, and they do a lot for their companies too. Increased visits by loyal customers for one; I never want to use a restroom in any other Walmart but that one ever again. If a smart business is something an owner wants to expand on, I recommend starting with a smart restroom.
Don’t trust me? Try out a smart bathroom in your home and you’ll understand. Commercial and residential smart restrooms are a little different, only because a residential smart restroom has a lot more options—smart tubs, smart showers, heated toilet seats etc. But any smart change is a good change! As said by Mike Slawson in his article about smart restrooms, “A smart restroom is a smart investment.”
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Samara Shaw does We Are More's PR & Marketing which includes writing our blogs! She was born and raised in Hawaii and graduated from Corban University with a Bachelors Degree in Creative Writing. She produces content to give our audience more insight and opinions on technical solutions big and small.