6 Content Ideas for your Workplace Digital Signage
If you’re trying to make your office better, the first step is a content plan. Once you have that in place, it’s time to start thinking about what kind of content will go on your digital signage and where you’ll put it. If you’re using an existing software platform for your corporate signage, then this process might be easy for you. But if you’re starting from scratch or working with an unfamiliar system, it can be tough to know how to get started. That’s why we’ve put together this list of ideas for 5 types of content that will help make your workplace digital signage more useful and relevant.
- Meeting Room Schedules
- The employee of the Month
- News, Weather, and Sports Scores
- KPI Dashboards
- Fun Facts and Trivia
- Introduce New Employees
1. Meeting room schedules
Utilizing your company’s existing meeting room scheduling is a great way to create conference room signage and keep everyone on track. This will help to make the most efficient use of space and keep employees aware of which rooms are in use. QL integrates natively with Microsoft Exchange and Google calendars right out of the box.
Creating conference room signage from your company’s existing meeting room schedules is a quick and easy way to improve communication and keep everyone on track. This will help to make the most efficient use of space and keep employees aware of which rooms are in use.
2. Employee of the month
Allowing for a weekly guest post or content submission from regular employees is a great way to create competition and drive engagement. This can also provide a platform for sharing ideas and knowledge.
Encouraging employee submissions through a weekly guest post or content submission is a great way to create competition and drive engagement.
3. News, Weather, and Sports Scores
Including the basics, such as date and time, on your digital signage screens is important. However, you should also consider adding in occasional non-work related content, such as news, weather, or sports scores. This will help to keep employees engaged and informed while at work.
Keeping employees informed and engaged can be as simple as adding in the basics, like date and time, to your digital signage screens. However, you should also consider adding in occasional non-work related content, such as news, weather, or sports scores. Ultimately, you are looking for ways to get your employee’s attention, so that they are much more likely to regularly consume all the work-related content you put on screen.
4. KPI dashboards
Integrating your company’s KPI dashboard tools into your digital signage can help to improve communication and keep everyone informed of your company’s progress. This is a great way to make sure that your employees are up-to-date on the latest information.
Adding your company’s KPI dashboard tools to your digital signage can help to improve communication and keep everyone informed of your company’s progress. This is a great way to make sure that your employees are up-to-date on the latest information. This can also be leveraged as a tool to create some friendly competition amongst employees that will also typically result in increased productivity.
QL Digital Signage software integrates directly with Microsoft Power BI, and can also load and display password-protected web-based dashboards.
5. Fun facts and trivia
Keeping the tone light and fun is important when creating content for your digital signage. This will help to keep employees engaged and interested in what is being displayed. Try to include some fun facts or trivia on your screens.
Including some fun facts or trivia on your digital signage screens is a great way to keep employees engaged and interested in what is being displayed. Once you have their attention, they are much more likely to absorb the other corporate information you are hoping they will ingest.
6. Introduce new employees
It’s a good idea to introduce new employees to the company, department, and team. This will help them get a sense of what it is like to work there. You can share information about the company, such as its history and culture. You could also talk about what makes your department unique compared with other departments in the organization.
You can also include information about yourself—for example: who you are; why you love working here; what motivates you at work; how long have you been here; etc.
If there are any major events happening in your business, such as a new product launch or reorganization of teams, it’s always good to communicate these changes to employees. This way they know what’s going on and can prepare themselves for any challenges ahead.
Digital signage is a great way to improve internal corporate communications and keep employees informed. By utilizing existing meeting room schedules, allowing for employee submissions, adding in non-work related content, integrating KPI dashboard tools, and keeping the overall tone light and fun, you can create engaging and informative digital signage for your workplace.
We hope that these tips will help you create a content plan for your workplace digital signage. Remember, it’s important to think about what you want your audience to know and how they want to receive the information. If you don’t have an idea of what type of messages they need in their daily lives at work, start by asking them! Once you know exactly how much time each message should take (and what type), you can begin planning out the content accordingly. Always keep in mind that these messages should be relevant and timely so that your viewers won’t get bored with seeing the same thing over time—this way, it will always feel fresh as new employees join in on the fun too!
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