Using Digital Signage to Enhance Patient Experience in Healthcare Environments
Using Digital Signage to Enhance Patient Experience in Healthcare Environments
Posted On : Monday, August 15, 2016 By : redyref
Can you think of anything much more frustrating than waiting to be seen at the doctor’s office? Besides having to wait in an emergency room or urgent care center, anyway. Generally speaking, if you’re being made to wait around in any of these situations, you are sick or injured. Possibly even very sick or very injured, which means you’re also stuck with a range of discomfort from moderate to extreme, which could also involve various degrees ... Read More
Touch or Non-Touch Directories: Not Always a Simple Choice (Part Four)
Touch or Non-Touch Directories: Not Always a Simple Choice (Part Four)
Posted On : Wednesday, August 3, 2016 By : redyref
Touch or Non-Touch Directories: Which is the best choice for your business? This is the question we’ve been addressing for the last three weeks, and which we’ll conclude today. To briefly recap the previous weeks’ discussions: We define a non-touch digital directory as either a static screen that always displays the same information, such as office numbers and locations, or a screen that rotates through a set series of different information ... Read More
Touch or Non-Touch Digital Building Directories: Not Always a Simple Choice (Part Three)
Touch or Non-Touch Digital Building Directories: Not Always a Simple Choice (Part Three)
Posted On : Monday, August 1, 2016 By : redyref
Touch or Non-Touch Directories: Which is the best choice for your business? This is the question we’ve been addressing for the last two weeks, bringing us to today’s blog and our third installment in the series. To briefly recap the previous weeks’ discussions: We define a non-touch digital directory as either a static screen that always displays the same information, such as office numbers and locations, or a screen that rotates through a ... Read More
Touch vs. Non-Touch Digital Directories: Not Always a Simple Choice (Part Two)
Touch vs. Non-Touch Digital Directories: Not Always a Simple Choice (Part Two)
Posted On : Wednesday, July 20, 2016 By : Will Pymm
Last week, we started a conversation around touch vs. non-touch directories, both static and interactive, and the basic capabilities of what each can do. Today, we’ll expand on that topic, by beginning our examination of the “three Ss” -- setting, situation and surroundings -- that affect why one type of digital directory may be a better choice than another.To quickly recap: A non-touch digital directory can be one of two things: either a ... Read More
Touch vs. Non-Touch Digital Directories: Not Always a Simple Choice
Touch vs. Non-Touch Digital Directories: Not Always a Simple Choice
Posted On : Monday, July 11, 2016 By : Will Pymm
In terms of choices, digital building directories offer such an embarrassment of riches anymore that it can be hard to know where to start. Digital static? Digital non-touch, non-static? Interactive touchscreen? Wall mount, desk mount or floor mount? What about screen size? Refresh rate? Software? It’s no wonder we have so many clients interested in making the switch from old-style strip or paper directories who come to us frustrated fro ... Read More
Digital Directory Software: One More Reason Kiosk Companies are Not Interchangeable
Digital Directory Software: One More Reason Kiosk Companies are Not Interchangeable
Posted On : Thursday, June 30, 2016 By : Will Pymm
Although RedyRef has made its name as a provider of end-to-end kiosk and digital signage solutions, what can sometimes get lost is the full extent to which we provide these various services. For instance, the majority of kiosk companies are VARs -- value added resellers -- and while they serve a purpose, for the most part they do not engineer or fabricate kiosks themselves, instead relying on a network of providers to fulfill these needs, along ... Read More
Going Digital: Making the Move to Interactive Directories
Going Digital: Making the Move to Interactive Directories
Posted On : Monday, June 27, 2016 By : Will Pymm
Traditional printed, handwritten or analog building directories may still exist -- there are plenty of examples in current deployment -- but as digital solutions have become less expensive and more efficient over the last few years, even small businesses are beginning to make a welcome change to digital directories and wayfinding. For those struggling to decide if it’s the right move for their company, it’s an understandable dilemma. After ... Read More
Interactive Wayfinding Trends: What’s Next? — Part Two
Interactive Wayfinding Trends: What’s Next? — Part Two
Posted On : Friday, June 17, 2016 By : Will Pymm
Digital wayfinding isn’t showing any signs of slowing down across almost every industry and environment. With cutting-edge technologies being almost constantly introduced, opportunities to upgrade to better and more advanced integrations seem to be everywhere. So what’s next in way finding? Let’s find out.3. Analytics and Data MiningLast week, we talked a little about the ways in which big data is making its way into interactive wayfinding ... Read More
Interactive Wayfinding Trends — What’s Next?
Interactive Wayfinding Trends — What’s Next?
Posted On : Thursday, June 9, 2016 By : Will Pymm
Interest and investment in interactive wayfinding doesn’t appear to show any sign of slowing as we cross the mid-year point of 2016. In fact, trends continue to pop up in this kiosk category all the time, which is why we’re making them the focus of our blog this week. So what’s next in way finding and building directories? Let’s find out.#1: Big Data Makes its Way into KiosksThe ability to track consumer behavior has always been desirabl ... Read More
How to Create a Best-in-Class Self-Service Kiosk UX: Part Three
How to Create a Best-in-Class Self-Service Kiosk UX: Part Three
Posted On : Thursday, June 2, 2016 By : Will Pymm
Last week, we featured part two in a discussion about interactive kiosk UX, because although self-service is experiencing tremendous growth across multiple industries, there are still plenty of kiosk programs that ultimately fail. As many of those failures are related to poor user experience, we wanted to share some key factors that are universal to designing a best-in-class experience for end users. Today, we present the last part of our serie ... Read More