Digital Signage delivers posters, videos, and news feeds to digital displays all across campus. Advertising on these displays is free for departments and student organizations. Commercial Advertising is not allowed.
Types of Signage:
Posters and Videos 15 seconds or less that can be understood without audio can be posted here. Be aware that videos will not show up in the online gallery.
28 Campus Locations
8 Department Content Only Locations
Videos longer than 15 seconds or videos that require audio to be understood. These videos show up on entertainment displays mounted in sitting areas around campus.
6 Campus Locations
This is the standard billboard style of digital signage on campus. Posters and specially formatted videos less than 30 seconds can be posted here. Special software and expertise will be needed to format videos for these displays. Be aware that videos will not show up in the online gallery.
56 Campus Locations
2 Department Content Only Location
This is the latest and greatest form of digital signage on campus. The majority of advertising comes from Student Life, but slots are open for all other campus advertising as well. Templates should be used to ensure correct design.
4 Campus Locations
Upon special request interactive interfaces can be designed that combine typical signage
with information and navigation.
2 Locations in the UVU Library
1 Location in the Ballroom Atrium
With special funding and special approval video walls can also be constructed to create
one large nearly-seamless image.
1 Location in the Science Building Atrium
1 Location in the Woodbury School of Business
Getting started is easy!
1. Read the Rules and Guidelines
The rules and guidelines for digital signage have been created to ensure that content
is appropriate for display and will fit the constraints of the displays themselves.
There are different types of displays that you can advertise on depending on your
ad. Pay special attention to make sure that your ad is the correct resolution and
that you send it in the correct format. Templates are provided on the content guidelines
2. Check Out the Tutorials
Tutorials have been provided to assist you in content creation. Whether you consider yourself a newbie or not these tutorials will help you make your ad all it can be.
3. Email your content to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the dates that you would like your item to display and any other pertinent
information. An item can run for up to 2 weeks.
4. Visit the Gallery
Once your item has been posted it will show in the online gallery. You can also visit the gallery to see what events are happening on campus.