Even with the Internet, social media, and e-mail serving as standard methods of rapid communication, signs have not lost any of their power to share messages. In fact, signs are still more relevant than ever for communicating with the public, and in some cases, burnout with the Internet may cause a person to appreciate signs more. After all, no one can get a computer virus from looking at a sign, and a billboard isn’t spying on anyone’s online activities. A lot of market research has gone into finding out how signs can more effectively communicate with consumers of all kinds, and signs vary in their contents and nature. School LED signs, for example, are an eye-catching way to share info, and houses of worship such as churches or synagogues may use them too, like church marquee signs. How can signs such as school LED signs or billboards have an impact on viewers?
Monday: Lazy Day
Tuesday: Twin Day
Wednesday: One Color Outfit Day
Thursday: Typical Tourist Day
Friday: Class Color Day
The messages that are posted on the LED signs for schools across the country may not seem of much consequence to the average driver, but these updates do have their benefits. When you are a teacher returning home on a late Sunday evening after a weekend conference across the country, the reminder that tomorrow is lazy day helps you catch your breath.
You have always been the teacher who wears a tie to work every day. In fact, your students know that you wear a suit most days. Those students, however, also know that when it comes to Spirit Week the ties an