Digital signs that are used partly or exclusively as an advertising channel are referred to as an adscreen. At the same time, the term adscreen also refers to the advertising channel, which includes all adscreens. The medium adscreen is a part of the digital Out-of-Home advertising market (DOOH).
Cloud (or cloud computing)
Cloud computing refers to the provision of computer-based resources such as computing power, storage space and software over the internet. Instead of operating these resources locally on our own computers or servers, they are hosted in remote data centres and made accessible through the internet.
Content automation refers to the automated creation, management and distribution of digital content to make the process more efficient and enable personalised output on a range of channels.
Content Management System (CMS)
A Content Management System (CMS) is a piece of software that is used to create, edit, organise and publish digital content such as text, images, videos and other media. A CMS allows users to manage content on a website without having extensive knowledge of web development or programming. It provides a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to create, format and publish content, as well as the ability to manage the structure and design of the website. A CMS makes it easier for multiple users to collaborate and manage large amounts of content efficiently.
In a cross-media campaign, an advertising idea is networked across multiple media. The strength of each medium is used, and the target group is skilfully guided through several levels of communication and interaction. Cross-media is the latest and most complex form of communication with any group we wish to target.
Digital Out-of-Home (DOOH)
A subgroup of out-of-home advertising where the advertising media receive and reproduce the content digitally.
Digital signage refers to the market of dynamic, electronic surfaces that are installed outside of the home. These surfaces (digital signs) are used to provide entertainment, information, as an advertising channel or as mixed forms of these.
(also called 1.77:1 or correctly rounded 1.78:1) is a term used in video technology to describe the ratio between a picture’s width and height.
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The English term "Full HD" means completed and translates as "completely high definition". This usually refers to the property of an HDTV-capable device (television, DVD player, set-top box, games console, etc.) that can display the highest possible resolution in high definition.
Interaction design refers to how the interactions between users and digital products or services are designed. It focuses on how users interact with an interface, what actions they can perform and how the system responds. The goal of interaction design is to create a seamless, efficient and satisfying user experience by making interactions intuitive and user-friendly.
LCD (Liquid Crystal Displays) screens are flat screens based on liquid crystal technology. Applying electrical voltage to the liquid crystals allows them to change their orientation and allow light to pass through or be blocked. This is how an LCD produces images and text.
LED (light-emitting diode) screens consist of red, green and blue LEDs. These LEDs are controlled digitally. An associated image computer converts video and data signals to the corresponding size of the screen. The LED screens can be found in railway stations and sports stadiums. They are very large and, most importantly, very bright.
The various pieces of content in a broadcast programme are often repeated in loops. Ideally, the length of the loop is based on the average amount of time spent in front of the advertising medium.
Motion design involves the design of movements and animations in digital media to create an interactive and engaging user experience. It uses visual effects and kinetic principles to convey information and bring a design to life.
A native App is an application that has been specifically developed for one particular operating system, such as iOS for Apple devices or Android for devices that use the Android operating system. Native apps are created using the tools and programming languages available in the respective operating system, such as Swift or Objective-C for iOS, or Java or Kotlin for Android. They have full access to the device's functions and resources and can provide optimised performance.
Out-of-Home Advertising (OOH)
Out-of-home advertising (OOH) is a type of advertising and basically includes any type of advertising that reaches the consumer when they leave the house. This is in contrast to TV, radio, print or internet advertising, which can be delivered out-of-home but is mainly consumed at home or in the office. Out-of-home advertising focuses on reaching consumers when they are out and about; in public spaces, in traffic, in waiting situations (e.g., waiting rooms) or in locations with a specific commercial use (e.g., retail). Billboard advertising is a traditional form of this and is also the most widespread type of out-of-home advertising channel to date.
A playlist is an information file that contains the different content elements of a loop and the order in which they are broadcast.
Progressive Web App (PWA)
A Progressive Web App (PWA) is a web application that works like a native mobile app and can be accessed from a web browser. It combines modern web technologies with offline capabilities and allows use on different devices regardless of the platform.
The target group that a campaign is meant to address.
UI design refers to the design of the visual elements of a user interface to provide an engaging and user-friendly experience. It includes layouts, colours, typography, and icons to encourage intuitive interaction and communicate information in a clear way.
Unique Selling Proposition (USP)
An unusual benefit to encourage a customer to make a purchase that differentiates a particular product from competing products.
UX design refers to the design of products or services to provide a positive and user-friendly experience. It involves analysing user needs, creating intuitive designs and continuous improvement based on user feedback. The aim is to maximise user satisfaction and enjoyment.