As a registered charity, affordability – without sacrificing reliability or quality – was a key issue for the Zoo when replacing its light boxes with digital displays to give visitors an entertaining zoo experience that makes its messages more memorable.
“We’re working to protect the world’s environments, plants and animals,” said Simon Garrett, head of learning at Bristol Zoo. “An important part of our work is to communicate with a wider audience in order to build awareness and engage more people in helping to save these vital assets. Our new digital signage allows us to provide timely communications that are more entertaining than static displays, meaning the messages are more memorable.”
To protect the screens from accidental impact damage from members of the public Bristol Zoo turned to The Screen Protector Ltd for advice and supply of screen protectors to protect the investment that they had made in their digital signage.