Lessons learned: A rebel's guide to digital signage
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Blinds.com started their digital signage with six netbooks and PowerPoint. It now has more than 70 screens and two video walls. Brad Parler, Blinds.com’s digital comms administrator, has learned a lot and sees digital signage in a different way. Are you ready to rebel against Excel charts and too-busy dashboards? Join the rebellion!
- Learn best practices from a company that increased its digital sign screens 11 times in three years! (From 6 to 13 to 66 screens).
- How a department of one keeps an internal network of more than 70+ screens and two video walls running without issues
- The enormous power of digital-sign video—how to use it effectively
- A behind-the-scenes look at digital signage at Blinds.com and its next phase
Brad Parler is the digital communications administrator at Blinds.com, the world’s largest online window covering store recently acquired by The Home Depot. A broadcast design and technology veteran, Brad draws on 17+ years of experience, one foot planted in video production and the other in internet technology. Brad got national industry attention with his innovative digital signage display pf important data in beautiful, easy-to-understand ways. He conceptualized, built and maintains the graphics and HD video-rich internal corporate communications network that includes more than 70 large-format displays and two large video walls.