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!
Samara Towers 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.