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Improve Technician Service Training Through The Use Of Touchscreens

Posted by Mark Hemmer on 7/18/16 10:30 AM

Technician service training is complicated.

When trying to train a technician, you typically need machinery - heavy, cumbersome, dangerous machinery. After all, how can you train someone to service a machine without the machine?

Surprising as it sounds, you can start technician service training on a touchscreen instead of a machine. Instead of using heavy machinery for training, you can use a touchscreen for the same effect. 

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Topics: Touch Screen

The Best Ways To Use A Touchscreen For Marketing

Posted by Mark Hemmer on 7/5/16 10:30 AM

Why aren't you using a touchscreen for marketing? 

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Topics: Touch Screen

A Custom Touch Screen Kiosk: Not As Expensive As You May Think

Posted by Mark Hemmer on 2/22/16 10:20 AM

Walking past a dazzling touch screen kiosk, it can seem like it must have come with a price tag that would unfurl like a CVS receipt.

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Topics: Touch Screen

How to Leverage Touch Screen Kiosks To Automate Your Marketing

Posted by Mark Hemmer on 1/25/16 10:00 AM

The touch screen kiosk is rarely brought up when discussing marketing options.

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Topics: Touch Screen

UI LABS Announces OneFire as Strategic Vendor for Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII)

Posted by ONEFIRE on 5/19/15 3:02 AM

PEORIA, IL May 19, 2015-- OneFire, a Peoria-based innovation agency, has worked with UI LABS and their Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII), to develop touch screen technology to be used throughout the recently opened manufacturing hub in downtown Chicago. DMDII is the nation's flagship research institute for applying cutting-edge digital manufacturing technologies.

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Topics: DMDII, Touch Screen, UI LABS, PR

How to Create Touch Screens They Won’t Be Able to Keep Their Hands Off Of

Posted by Mark Hemmer on 5/6/15 9:42 AM

Without getting too risqué – if you’re building a touch screen – you want that screen to be like a dude in a commercial about shaving. It’s the type where the razor company promises ‘the closest shave EVER’, with 17 blades and aloe strips. The end of those commercials is always the same: the closely shaved dude and whoever his love interest is cannot stop touching his face. Won’t stop.

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Topics: Digital Marketing, CAD to CGI Conversion, Strategy, Touch Screen

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