• DOES THE SCREEN SIZE MATTER FOR A DIGITAL MENU BOARD DISPLAY? YOU BET!

    December 22, 2015 0 comment(s)
    DOES THE SCREEN SIZE MATTER FOR A DIGITAL MENU BOARD DISPLAY? YOU BET! The old saying the bigger the better is not necessarily true when it comes to screen size for a restaurant digital menu board. Don’t get me wrong, there is a place when the larger the screen size the better, is the most wise decision for a digital menu screen. However, for many, there needs to be an appropriate fit between your restaurant and the digital menu screen. Most digital menu board screens will come in the popular size ranges of 32 inches to 55 inches, however they can go as small as 10” to 13” and as large as 60” to 80”. Here at Menu Board Depot...
  • CHOOSING A DIGITAL MENU BOARD

    November 21, 2015 0 comment(s)
    CHOOSING A DIGITAL MENU DISPLAY FOR YOUR RESTAURANT This blog is an introduction to a series of blogs aimed at helping individuals in the decision making process of choosing a restaurant digital menu board. I will highlight the many features that need to be considered when choosing a digital menu board for your restaurant. Digital menu boards allow you to show-case your restaurants menu, make changes to your menu whenever and from anywhere you choose, make it easier to comply with the upcoming menu laws and improve the overall aesthetic value of your restaurant. However, not every digital menu board is a good fit for your restaurant. Here at Menu Board Depot, where America trusts for custom digital menus, we...
  • MENU BOARDS AND BEYOND BLOG PART-2

    December 26, 2014 0 comment(s)
    In the blog Menu Boards and Beyond Blog Part-1; I wrote about how Mr. Flanigan and Mr. Ventura highlighted the outstanding reasons why a restaurant owner should switch to a digital menu board. To recap where this information came from, The webinar of Menu Boards and Beyond was presented by NEC with host(s) Paul Flanigan Executive Director of Digital Screenmedia Association and Richard Ventura Vice President of Product Marketing and Solutions at NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. outlined the importance of digital media use not just in digital menu boards but incorporation into the total restaurant patron experience. In part-2 of the blog I will detail how going digital means much more than just getting a digital menu board....
  • MENU BOARDS AND BEYOND BLOG PART-1

    December 26, 2014 02 comment(s)
      The webinar of Menu Boards and Beyond presented by NEC with host(s) Paul Flanigan, Executive Director of Digital Screenmedia Association and Richard Ventura Vice President of Product Marketing and Solutions at NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. outlined the importance of digital media use not just in digital menu boards but incorporation into the total restaurant patron experience. In the webinar Mr. Flanigan and Mr. Ventura discussed why digital signage is so important, reasons why to switch to digital, trends taking place right now and presented a strategy map for success. The webinar was very educational and an enjoyable presentation that was well done and my compliments go out to Mr. Flanigan and Mr. Ventura. So why does a...
  • DIGITAL MENU BOARDS, NOT JUST FOR INDOORS

    December 8, 2014 0 comment(s)
    I am sure that by now you have heard about how a digital menu board can increase sales, help manage your menu specials and create a more positive restaurant experience for your customers. But did you know that you can achieve all the benefits of a digital menu board in the outdoors of your restaurant as well? That’s right, whether it is getting more foot traffic in your restaurant or you are a QSR (quick serve restaurant) with a drive-through both can be taken advantage of with a commercial grade outdoor display. Lets be honest, if you are a restaurant who relies on foot traffic to be successful then a digital menu board at your pos is great but you...
  • Commercial Grade VS Standard Grade

    June 9, 2014 0 comment(s)
    Why is purchasing a commercial grade television for your digital menu board a more wise decision than purchasing a standard television? You may tell yourself there is no need to make the upgrade because there is not enough benefits to justify the cost. However, there is 3 important reasons why you should upgrade. They are longer warranty, longer operation and long term cost effectiveness. I will break down each of these 3 reasons to further convince you.   Long term cost effectiveness: By comparison, a 55” commercial television will cost around $1500. A standard 55” television off the shelf of popular stores will range anywhere from $800 to $1200. The initial cost is cheaper, but as I will explain in...
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