Digital menus – with a difference
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forex news The key to digital menus is keeping the content relevant at all times, and simple to update. Make use of the ability to show different content at different times of day, or show promotions to get rid of extra stock. Avoid advertising what you are not selling at the time.
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Do’s and Advantages
- Make use of animations (it catches people’s eye)
- Short video clips shows off your food better than static images
- A display can save lots of wall space, as it can show multiple ‘pages’ one after another, rather than needing lots of menus
- When using multiple displays, ensure that the key menu items are always visible. (Many slide show systems can end up with all screens showing the same advert at the same time and you get upset customers unable to see the core menu)
- Look at systems with remote update features. Basic systems require you to update each display with a USB stick, while others update themselves via 3G or WiFi at no effort
Don’t and Disadvantages
- Don’t show ice cream on cold days, or steamy hot drinks in heat waves
- Don’t show full menu details for non-valid menus (e.g. don’t show the full breakfast menu in the afternoon)
- Many systems are only ‘paged slide or video’ shows. These are good if you are a large chain with a good marketing department to redo all your graphics for every menu change
- If your menu does not change much during the day, avoid systems where you fill schedule slots, and instead go for systems where the content is common, but ‘adapted’ by time of day
- Don’t put TV screens directly over hot cooking areas
Can smaller independents afford it?
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