Digital Signage Integrated into Donor Recognition Wall for Jamestown Regional Medical Center
ASI, Minneapolis recently completed a digital signage donor recognition solution for the new critical access and care facility, Jamestown Regional Medical Center.
Wendy Pajor, president of ASI, Minneapolis, explained that the digital donor wall consists of an interactive touch screen display that allows visitors to explore stories about donor, patients, foundation events and read about general foundation information. In addition, there are seven passive digital screens listing all of the levels of giving and the donor’s name. The digital displays are surrounded by custom cherry cabinets that are mounted on a maple panel.
Ms. Pajor said: “Our biggest challenge was that the Foundation wanted all of the donors showing all of time. They did not want the screens to cycle through changes so getting screens that had a high enough resolution and thin enough to surface mount and getting the correct drivers, etc. was very challenging.”
The project was also finished in an very short time-frame of just under 4-weeks to meet the client’s construction schedule. The staff at Jamestown were so pleased with the result that they have requested an additional digital display for the medical center.
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