Sign Media Canada recently spoke with Daniel Rosen, owner and vice-president of Sticky Media in Montreal, to learn more about the shop’s history, signmaking process, recent projects, and how the company has earned the reputation of a trend-setting visual communication provider in North America.
In the booming cannabis industry, Garden Variety’s new Winnipeg store is lighting up the dispensary scene. With its sleek fixtures, woodgrain-textured interiors, and friendly environment, the shop exudes a functional yet luxe vibe.
Companies, healthcare systems, government agencies, hospitality organizations, and many other industries have recognized the potential of video walls. MarketsAndMarkets, a research organization, forecast spending on video walls will jump from $4.12 billion in 2013 to $18 billion by 2020, a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 23 per cent.
To break through the clutter and integrate in a fast-paced digital future, lighting/light boxes can have a dramatic and lasting impact and be extremely cost effective as corporate purse strings and budgets are tightened.
What is white point? How does it work? What role does it play in display performance? It is important for signmakers to understand the specifications of a display solution to figure out how best to use it to engage their clients’ audience.
As one enters clothing retail store Uniqlo Canada’s newly created third floor at Cadillac Fairview (CF) Toronto Eaton Centre, they are greeted by an array of dazzling lights that line the 8.5-m (28-ft) wide staircase, which makes an impressive, grand entryway for customers.
The façade of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla., the world’s first guitar-shaped hotel, is both a media system and a dynamic sculpture. Each evening, the hotel becomes a temporary light installation with interactive choreography set to music.
One of the fastest-growing markets for digital signage is the quick-service restaurant (QSR) industry, where customer-facing dynamic menus, touch-screen kiosks, drive-thru boards, window displays, and infotainment screens can all communicate with back-office software for managing inventory, finances, scheduling, and labour, so as to enable on-the-fly updates and richer data collection.