Sign & Digital Graphics

July '17

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16 • July 2017 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S JFK Terminal Features NanoLumens Curved LED Display Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport has unveiled a new state-of-the-art digital flight information display board in its Arrivals Hall. The board was built by Atlanta-based NanoLumens, makers of custom-built indoor and outdoor LED displays for a variety of markets. The two-sided, 30' x 10' Nixel Series LED video board, featuring the company's AWARE display management platform, displays flight informa- tion for arriving flights, the time, news and weather infor- mation, as well as marketing messages from advertisers. The display was installed by NanoLumens' integration partner, Louisville, Kentucky-based ConeXus World. Roland DG (UK) Launches New Website The UK division of Roland DG, a Japanese-based manu- facturer of wide-format printers, cutters and engraving devices, announces the launch of its new, updated web- site at According to the company, the new site was designed with to be more interac- tive and responsive and therefore improve the visitor experience. Featuring information, specifications, brochures, imagery and videos of all Roland DG technologies, the site's structure is developed to help funnel visitors eas- ily through to the content that they wish to see, the company says, adding that the reactive platform means end-users can also easily view information on phones and tablets with enhanced product pages that detail information in an attractive layout. Included among the sections is a Showcase menu, with information on some of the various applications that can be created, customer success stories and information about the Roland DG Creative Centre; a new Industries menu that aims to help visitors see the pos- sibilities that Roland technology offers in their specific market sector; and a RolandCare menu with information on warranties plus an online resources center where manuals, drivers and FAQs can be found. Daktronics Adds Support Services to Website Brookings, South Dakota-based LED display manufacturer Daktronics announces that it has launched new services support pages on its website. The company says that the new support pages offer advanced navigation, streamlined menu options and a mobile-friendly experi- ence. It says visitors can follow the guided experience to identify what type of customer they are, what product they need help with and the specific task or issue they want to resolve. There's also a list of products that will take customers directly to a specific page. The new pages also feature prominent links to the main types of resources for custom- ers seeking support, including the Daktronics Knowledge Base, product manuals and guides, training videos, and MySupport, allowing visitors to browse according to their needs, according to the company. Top Value Fabrics Launches New Print Media Website Carmel, Indiana-based Top Value Fabrics, a wholesale supplier of fabrics used in a variety of industries, including retail settings, ban- ners and trade show displays, announces the launch of its new print media website at The company says that in addition to being fully responsive, the newly launched website adds an expanded series of product applications as well as new pages, including a "Talk to the President" page, a territory map and detailed team pages. "As we continue to expand our product lines, it's especially important that it's easy for our customers to click and view our products on the go—from any device," says Karen Stuerenberg, mar- keting director for Top Value Fabrics. "Our customers are busy and this newly refreshed website reflects our commitment to making it easy to do business with us. This new website is more than mobile- friendly; it's responsive for any device. This means the site adapts to each individual visitor's device, automatically formatting to pro- vide the best, most efficient experience to each visitor."

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