Creating content for your digital signs doesn't need to be difficult. In today's tutorial we show you how to create HD content in Microsoft PowerPoint, export it and load it into XOGO Manager.
The most common questions that we get have to do with screen resolutions and content. Most people are used to seeing content on a single HD screen set up in landscape orientation these days, like the television in your home. You're not limited to that, however. XOGO is capable of displaying content in landscape or portrait orientation, or even across multiple screens. All it takes is some working knowledge of screen resolutions and hardware. Let's start with the basics.
Digital signage is somewhat like a website. It can be used to display anything digital - from creative elements like branding and artwork, to informative items such as menus and price lists. The best implementations usually include a bit of both. Here are six important questions to ask, which will help determine what kind of content ultimately needs to be on your screens.