The impact that digital signs have on the viewing public is undoubted by marketing professionals everywhere. The dynamism of the signs far outclasses any excitement that static signs can produce. Still, static signs have one advantage – they are far less expensive to implement on a large scale. This fact begs the question, “Are bigger digital signs in fact better than smaller ones.” At iGotcha Media, a digital signage company in Toronto, we think they do. Here is why:
They provide greater visibility – As with any other visual media, bigger is almost always better when it comes to any kind of sign – traditional of digital. In short, the bigger the sign, the more presence it provides. Viewers do not necessarily need to get near the sign to read the message but can stand at a distance and still the receive the relevant information.
They are more eye- and ear-catching – The dynamism of a digital sign is one of the greatest benefits that it offers over static signage. In particular, moving images can be displayed that catch the eye. In addition, the physical sign itself can be rotated 360 degrees on a revolving pedestal that also garners extra attention. Finally, digital signage can also incorporate audio files that further capture the attention of passers-by.
They communicate the message far better – Static signage has always had its place has in the pantheon of media messages. Unfortunately, it become almost irrelevant in the 21st century. Instead, the newest generations of consumers demand something more vivid and engaging than a simple, traditional sign – that is, digital signage. Through a variety of options – wayfinding and customization to name just the two most prominent – they deliver a more relevant message to the customer.
They are more cost effective – In the final analysis, the bottom line to any signage campaign is how many views it delivers – and how many of those convert! Digital signage may be more expensive to implement in the short term but it easily delivers more views per dollar in the long run – especially when you consider the cost of changing and implementing new advertising campaigns.
If you have questions or require more information on this, please contact us at iGotcha Media. You will find us online at iGotcha Media.com or you can reach us directly with any questions at 514.448.4016.
iGotcha Media is a digital interactive studio specialized in building memorable screen-based customer experiences. Solutions include: screens, kiosks, video walls, LEDs, RFID technology, gaze-tracking technology, payment solutions, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). We help our clients creatively communicate their value propositions. Based in Montreal since 2005, iGotcha Media's clients include: Browns Shoes, Cirque du Soleil, National Bank of Canada, Nissan Canada, Reebok, Rockport, Rona, Toronto Congress Centre and Via Rail Canada.