Bethune-Cookman University Digital Signage
B-CU’s Digital Signage is centrally managed/locally controlled electronic sign and interactive display platform. Digital signage is a powerful way to communicate your message to many university locations. The service is administered by the Center for Information Technology (CIT).
CIT has provided the following PowerPoint templates for use as by the digital signage community. Choose a template to download and add your content. Submit your PowerPoint slides to email@example.com to be posted to digital signage.
Posting Digital Flyers
All flyers to be posted on digital signage must be sized at 1920 x 1080 pixels and the image resolution must be either 72 or 96 dpi. To have a flyer placed on your signage or on other departments sign submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Content Guidelines for Digital Flyers
In an effort to maintain consistency in message and branding, we have established some basic content guidelines that should be met before displaying content. By following these simple guidelines, your message will look more professional and reach more people.
Overall, keep it simple. Too much text or too many images will clutter your message and decrease readability. Try to use fewer than 30 words on any one flyer in order to make the greatest impact. Each flyer is only visible for 5-15 seconds so there’s no time to read much more than these 30 words.
Consider the colors used in your flyer carefully and maintain consistency with the B-CU color palette. Ensure strong contrast between your image background colors and the text colors so that your sign can be easily read when displayed. Be sure to test the colors on the screen output before committing to the final color scheme.
Ensure that the text on your digital flyer is readable. Use large font sizes so your message can be read without the need to stand directly in front of the screen. Try at least 40 pt for headlines and at least 24 pt for the body text. Use bold lines when designing objects for digital signage. Lines that are too thin do not display well and may appear broken or look invisible.