Acquire Digital are delighted to announce that our a newly updated Virgin Media interactive POS, known as The Mobile Wall is now rolling out across flagship stores. Featuring an all-new design along with improved user experience.
The game created by our team of in-house developers for Telecoms giant Wind Hellas in Greece has produced outstanding results, changing the way users engage. This new type of experience known as 'a gamification tool' enables Wind to entice and attract new customers into their retail stores.
One of the most iconic destinations in Las Vegas, The Forum Shops connected to Caesars Palace, is known for its one of a kind design and unique interior design. As one of the highest grossing mall in the United States, generating estimating sales of $1,750 per square foot, i
With Christmas and the New Year fast approaching us, here at Acquire Digital we’ll be closing our offices throughout this festive period. Anyone who has purchased a Service Level Agreement with us will still be able to send a support ticket through to our support team.
We are very excited in the release of its new interactive Wayfinder solution, rolling out across America in Simon Shopping malls. Navigating large locations such as shopping malls can be difficult and time consuming...
The Las Vegas Strip is one of the busiest streets in the world, with over 40 million visitors a year. A prime opportunity for advertising and showing off content with so many eyes looking at the screens in Vegas.
Are you one of the thousands of daily visitors to London who have struggled to find their way on the London Underground, well like me you will be pleased to know that TFL are now trialing an interactive solution to all visitors to plan your route simply and easily.
A launch event was held at Highcross Shopping Centre in Leicester to unveil The Beacons public art installation.
We were asked to create a software application to be able to play across seven led panels, to display content such as videos, images etc. The application allows the customer to change content instantly, this can be due to a special event or the mood
For some time now retailers have been battling against the harsh storms swept in via the internet, bringing with it unbeatable advantages such as convenience, personalisation, targeted ads and user monitoring.
Leading telecommunications company, Sure, have again welcomed customers to a new concept store featuring pioneering digital signage experiences designed by Acquire Digital in collaboration with new Partners, Image Technique.
With Halloween almost upon us I have decided to do a feature on some of the scariest examples of digital signage. This blog aims to highlight some of the most grisly issues, creepiest content and spookiest faux pas of the digital signage variety, as well as provide some thought provoking precautions you can take in order to keep those devilish demons at bay.
Let’s be honest, most presentations are boring! Whether it’s an internal report on sales performance or a pitch from a new supplier, presentations often demand the absorption of huge amounts of data that require you to feign interest for an unreasonable amount of time.
Acquire Digital have today announced the release of a brand new multi-touch solution which promises to change perceptions about digital signage forever. The multi-touch experience, also known as Perception, is the latest software solution developed by digital experience experts.
The store, located in St Helier Jersey, opted for in-store digital signage applications in a bid to not only add a modern dimension but to simplify options and enhance the shopper experience. The applications have been purposefully developed for the project by leading digital signage experts at Acquire Digital who worked closely with partners, Image Technique to provide both hardware and software and collaborated throughout the initial stages of scoping, testing, development and implementation.
In my opinion there is not enough emphasis on the importance of the maintenance of digital signage and kiosk networks and is, in my experience, an after thought for most. However, there are 3 vital ‘M’s that should receive careful consideration...
Digital screens used purely for advertising are definitely more engaging and therefore more effective than traditional print based adverts, but it doesn’t necessarily fit the above ethos. However, when we consider the clever technology (the software) behind the screens...