Stores nowadays usually conform to the norms of the modern times. Traditional store signage displays are out, and digital signage displays are in. Setting up a digital signage display will require some know-how in fixing up large-screen video monitors, which displays relevant messages, advertisements or store names. These can either be animated displays, slideshows, or even videos. The important thing is that the digital signage display can convey the message that you want your intended customers—or even the business’ employees—is received.
A digital signage display can be as simple as a big LCD monitor with computer, or you can split the signal from one source into multiple displays, so that you can provide a display to multiple locations in your building, store or office.
Some applications might require interactivity, such as keypresses from the intended audience. For this purpose, you can also use touchscreen devices, like the Apple iPad, with a special casing like the iBracket, so that the user cannot access the “home” button. For this purpose, specialized applications also exist, such as the My Kiosk application, available from the Apple app store.