LED signs and LCD displays in Local Government
Information communicated in the local council environment is changing from manual signage systems to electronic reception and office displays. Gradually, free standing and wall mounted digital signs using LED and LCD screen technology have been introduced to replace letter boards and other static displays. Now, council meeting information, notices and bulletins are organised and displayed with visual brilliance, targeting the General Public and employees in all areas of the Town Hall, council offices, or other council owned buildings.
Whether the locations for Lobbysign displays be receptions or other public areas of the Town Hall, council offices, leisure centres and libraries, the design of the Lobbysign screens fits well into virtually any environment, and information is effectively displayed to staff, whilst visitors are made to feel welcome and informed.
The sleek design and functionality of Lobbysign electronic welcome boards give the best first impression in the any reception area. It delivers all necessary information from visitor welcoming messages and meeting schelules to specific notices relating to individual sites, for example library opening hours and information about on-site facilities. A wealth of leisure information can be shown in sports centres and theatres.
The Lobbysign free standing display system has a contemporary feel, and its position is usually either near a public entrance or set back in the foyer or reception, giving greatest possible impact to viewers both close up and at a distance.The Lobbysign LED display uses a dot matrix format to display high impact text, whilst on the LobbysignLCD notices and announcements are supported and enhanced by images and video clips.
In even the smallest reception area, there is a place for the wall mounted Lobbysign LED or LCD display board, whose actual display screen remains the same size as that of the free standing displays. Instead, the wall mounted display fits neatly on a bracket, and can either be angled or positioned flat against a wall.
In other areas where staff and the public pass through in council run buildings, such as corridors, concourses, walkways and atriums, the Lobbysign LED electronic sign will get across particularly important messages in the second or two of time needed to grasp the attention of passers by. In council waiting areas such benefits or parking offices, where the digital signs have a captive audience, the portrait style Lobbysign electronic message boards draw and hold the attention of onlookers, then communicate continuous notices and information with unrivalled impact.