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Digital signage that’ll grab people by the eyeballs

See what we did for Blaze Pizza's in store menu displays.

It's about thru-put

Whether you’re a new or established restaurant, digital menu boards create a stress-free, quick ordering experience.

Work with our experienced team of branding strategists and designers to create a memorable in-person brand experience.

But it’s not all about restaurants around here. We can also design boards for corporate office use, lobbies of hospitals and clinics, banks, hotels, and plenty more.

You name it, there’s a use case.

Applications of digital screens are only limited by your imagination! Have an idea, but not sure it’ll work? Send it our way.



Restaurants can use TV screens to display menus, automate menu changes, and share specials.


Hotels can use TV screens to showcase amenities, services, promotions, and local attractions.

Retail Stores

Retail stores can use TV screens for advertising, showcasing products, or running promotions.

Corporate Offices

Corporate offices can use TV screens for digital signage, internal communication, and displaying metrics.

Hospitals and Clinics

Hospitals and clinics can use TV screens to display waiting room information, wayfinding, and health information.

Fitness Centers

Fitness centers can use TV screens for advertising, workout routines, and class schedules.

Transportation Hubs

Airports, train stations, and bus terminals can use TV screens to display flight/train/bus schedules, directions, and promotions.

Educational Institutions

Universities can display on-campus events, course schedules, and campus maps on TV screens.

Banks and Financial

Banks and financial institutions can display interest rates, financial news, and promotions on TV screens.

Salons and Spas

Salons and spas can display services, promotions, and testimonials on TV screens.

Casinos and Resorts

Casinos can use TV screens for advertising, promotions, and to display game results.
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