The growing popularity of inkjet printing for textiles and ceramic tiles has been well-documented, but other interior decor applications are also now being handled digitally, including wood laminate flooring, ‘luxury’ vinyl tiles (LVTs) and wallcoverings.
Digital signage can be found almost everywhere today. According to research by ElectroniCast Consultants, the value of the worldwide digital signage display market—including all associated hardware, software and application-specific services—reached US$17.6 billion in 2016.
The finalists for the upcoming 2017 Digital Signage Expo’s (DSE’s) Apex Installation Awards have been announced, including six Canadian contenders, as chosen by an independent panel of industry experts.
Digital signage has evolved significantly. In its earliest days, updates were manual and costly. Systems offered low compliance and low reliability. Screens were not networked and the reach and impact of their content was not measurable.
How does one define the term ‘problem client’ in the sign industry? There are many potential issues and irritations a customer can cause for—by way of example—an electrical sign project involving channel letters.
Our readers’ submissions arrived from across the country, our judges reviewed hundreds of eligible entries and their scores were tallied. Now, Sign Media Canada proudly showcases the winners of its landmark 10th annual National Sign Competition.