SignStix worked with Dubai’s largest multi-sport retailer, Sun & Sand Sports, to provide a dynamic digital environment for customers.
SignStix collaborated with retail design consultancy Green Room to deliver a first-of-its-kind digital flagship store, offering customers an innovative retail experience loaded with interactive buying guides, digital wall displays, customisation areas, interactive playing zones and smart dressing rooms.
Global benchmark in cutting-edge technology
Occupying over 18,000 square feet in the heart of The Dubai Mall, adjacent to the Burj Khalfia, the flagship store set a global benchmark of cutting-edge technology with its football and basketball trial zones, satisfying the customer need for interaction, engagement and real-time information.
Bespoke application for digital signage deployment
SignStix also worked with the multi-sport retailer to develop a one-of-a-kind application, which allowed store managers to deploy pre-defined packages of content via smart devices. Using the application, Sun & Sand Sports could update all content across their 7 SqM digital LED floor, screen and pelmet display, from the touch of a button.
Sun & Sand Sports Marketing Team said:
“At Sun & Sand Sports, we strive to engage our customers and to be at the forefront of new technology (the digital frontier). SignStix has enabled us to do just that.”
“With SignStix and its user-friendly content management system, the process of deploying scheduled campaign videos across multiple screens is quick and easy. Gone are the days of transferring videos to USBs; SignStix provides a great way to save cost, hours and resources. With SignStix the digital signage potential is limitless.”
Chris Chubb, Digital Director at Green Room Design, added:
“Partnering with SignStix has been collaborative and successful. Incorporating digital signage within the retail environment has the potential to powerfully change the in-store atmosphere, it allows brands to take-over category space and it enables in-store flexibility at the push of a button.”