Content Ideas for Great Looking Digital Signage
We’ve pulled together a collection of digital signage content samples to serve as some inspiration for you. Use them, reference them and start building some new engaging content for your own company!
Why it’s great: Clear & bold imagery with the focus on the new product.
Assets: Gotham Medium font // Humblle Rought font // Image
Why it’s great: Prominent call to action. By keeping it simple with just one block of text and one image, it’s obvious where the users’ eyes should go to.
Assets: Montserrat font // Open Sans font // Blue Background
Why it’s great: Engaging and educational. Great for waiting rooms, or to help reduce perceived wait time.
Why it’s great: Showcases a select number of products in an organized manner. Price is a good focal point.
Why it’s great: Monthly numbers are a great thing to share internally. The bar chart is spaced out nicely, isn’t too crowded and allows users to get an overview of the company’s performance.
Assets: Avenir Font
Why it’s great: Bold imagery with a clear focus on the employee of the month. Showcasing awards or recognizing employees on a corporate level is a nice way to engage the company from within.
Assets: Avenir font
Why it’s great: Customer reviews are a great way of leveraging social proof and to promote your products.
Why it’s great: The three sections are organized neatly with enough white space between them to avoid appearing cluttered.
Why it’s great: A nice subtle upsell method. The use of colour helps to make a specific option pop!
Why it’s great: Eye-catching images help to spice up your regular or special menu. It’s often said that we eat with our eyes first!
Why it’s great: The minimal amount of text creates an impactful message. Less is often more! Spelling out “quit” using cigarettes is also a great and creative way to change text into visual.
Why it’s great: The high quality, dark tones and bold text makes this video sexy and captivating.
Why it’s great: Sufficient white space allows this screen to read comfortably. The yellow bar helps to draw the users’ eyes to the most relevant section.
Why it’s great: Colour blocking is a great way to divide a screen into smaller, more digestible sections. It helps to inform the eyes on how to process the information.