Digital display systems are more in demand than ever before. Not only do they help employees stay in touch with their organization, they’re almost like a piece of quality branding: visitors to your organization who see well-made digital signage solutions and often associate that level of effort with quality.
So seeing digital display system fails like these really make our stomachs churn.
We’ve compiled a slideshow of some of the most atrocious digital signage fails spotted in the field by sharp-eyed industry folks who were too mortified to look away, then paired them with much better examples.
It isn’t clear in some of these pictures if the tech was installed by an actual systems integrator or a business owner who wanted to save some cash. Either way, it is clear the organization hosting these horrid examples had a bad time.
Useful Digital Display Systems Information for Decision-Makers
The digital signage market size is predicted to grow from where it was in 2017, at $21 billion USD, to $32 billion USD in 2023 (an estimated CAGR of just under 8 percent) — so maybe that’s why there’s bound to be a few rotten eggs in the bunch.
Whether you want to catch visitors’ eyes when they walk into your new headquarters building or you need something super-sized for an entertainment venue – video walls may be just what you are looking for. By definition, a video wall is a display that is created out of an array of multiple individual display elements.
The challenge, though, is determining exactly which solution fits your needs best:
• Rear projection cubes
• Projector array
• Direct-view LED
• Tiled OLED displays
Our guide, “RFP Template: Video Wall”, will help you define your specifications, find the right technology and write an effective request for proposal (RFP).
Click here to see the most head-scratching digital display system fails (and how they should have gone!)