In February of 2014, I met some Google employees at the Digital Signage Expo who were extolling the virtues of ChromeOS. I asked about how I would go about moving […]
I’ve been coding for about six years now, and I’m the first to admit that I have much to learn. I actively code in about five languages at the moment, […]
Continuing from Day One, I’m back at it today with a lot more time to walk the show floor at the Digital Signage Expo 2016.
I’m at the Digital Signage Expo 2016 today and tomorrow, and it’s a huge show again this year. Here’s a real quick rundown of the big stuff I noticed at #DSE2016, day one.
Instagram – the Facebook-owned photo-sharing app with 400 million users – is a great resource for digital signage. More public and focused than Facebook, more visual than Twitter, and more users than […]
I was just about ready to deploy a Chromebit ‘in the wild’ when I read ‘My Chromebit Digital Signage Experience‘ over at Sixteen:Nine. Dave Hayes went through the ins and […]
Digital Signage is as it’s best when a viewer can interact with it in some way. But if you let the user’s text content onto your screen – a tweet, a […]
Digital signage is mostly a television-based affair to date, which means by default it’s horizontally oriented. But since whoever is running the digital signage is the one dictating the content, there’s […]
Like many people I meet professionally, I did not come to my career in a straight line. My path wound through the arts, bureaucracy, customer service and more before becoming the 2016 […]
Digital signage looks best when you have video, but video has costs: design, rendering, storage, retrieval, etc. I picked up a little trick to turn one video into hundreds – […]