Many couples in the process of planning their wedding, include digital signages as important elements of the venues for their wedding ceremony and reception. After all, modern hotels are now using high-quality LED posters and digital signages as informative displays in different areas. They are quite useful not only in onboarding hotel guests but in guiding attendees of events held and celebrated in hotels.
LED posters pose as a wayfinding tool for people, in locating toilets, bars or exits without need to ask directions from others; and in optimizing their stay at the hotel.
Digital signages can be provided in hotel-hosted wedding receptions to make guests feel at ease, especially if billeted as guests of the bridal couple. Through the signages, the hotel shows the entertainment and relaxation spaces that guests can explore.
LED posters and signages serve as subtle enticements designed to make event attendees want to experience hotel offerings for their own enjoyment.
A floor standing digital signage bearing the names of the newly married couple also serves as navigational guides that inject the personalities of the bride and groom.The digital signage, while carrying the colour theme, demonstrates the hotel’s commitment in giving value to the bridal couple’s guests.
Navigating People In Big Wedding Receptions
Hospitality industry analysts say that nowadays, about 17% of weddings have more than 100 guests, which can be difficult even for wedding organizers. A digital signage in various sections of the reception area can help provide order.
Guests can watch and listen to the testimonies and greetings of best wishes and congratulations during the reception proceedings. When the program proceeds to the cake-cutting ceremony, guests will know for sure that the much-awaited food is about to be served.
Usability Design of Digital Signages
In order for digital signages to be effective, their design should consider not just the able-bodied guests but also guests in wheelchair and other persons with disability (PWDs). Moreover, consider the line of sight in deploying content, by placing important information at a certain height that won’t strain necks.
Usability actually requires testing as audiences vary to warrant usability testing in the development and deployment of signage services.
The key to signage usability testing is to identify different types of users and the related goals that must be met. Testing should involve working repeatedly in advancing to every step of the testing process. Valuable sources of information in identifying aspects to consider in designing content and usability include social media profiles and interviews