5 Ways To Dazzle Customers With Your Digital Menu Boards For Restaurants
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Digital menu boards, a critical component of restaurant digital signage, have become an essential feature of modern quick-service restaurants, food court vendors, and other casual dining outlets.
Research shows that digital menu boards increase unplanned purchases in restaurant settings by 80%. For restaurants and outlets that have taken the plunge and invested in digital menu boards, the next challenge is making them as effective as possible at attracting customers and driving sales.
Visual appearance plays a significant role: in fact, 93% of consumers consider visual appearance to be the key deciding factor in a purchasing decision.
Here are several ways to dazzle customers with your digital menu boards for restaurants, and create appealing content that attracts diners and increases average spending.
Choose high-quality images for digital menu boards
While text-only digital menu boards have a place and can be highly effective due to their simplicity, the power of high-quality, attractive food imagery cannot be underestimated.
High-quality photos are associated with high-quality products, so restaurants should consider investing in professional food photography to capture flattering and appetizing images for display. Low-quality phone photography should be avoided at all costs.
Incorporate full-motion video
Moving content attracts the eye and adds interest to digital menu boards.
Full-motion video is an excellent way to enhance your digital menu board content, and video is a proven tool to drive more awareness and sales as it is often the customer’s preferred content format.
Research shows that 54% of consumers want to see more video content from brands, so video content is a worthwhile investment that could have a big impact on customer interest and restaurant sales.
Make digital menu boards easy to read
74% of customers say “an easy-to-read menu” is their top priority.
Effective digital menu board software use large, clear fonts that are readable at a distance, and text must contrast sufficiently with the background to enhance readability.
It’s also important not to try and include too much text, as this may crowd the design and make the type smaller and harder to read.
Choose an effective color palette
Depending on your restaurant brand, color can have a big impact on customer attraction, as well as appetite.
According to color psychology studies, red and yellow are often touted as the chief food colors, as well as capturing customer attention. Orange is also a popular choice as it is thought to stimulate appetite, while green is often used to connote healthy food (for example, vegetables).
Clearly display prices and promotions
Clear prices are a key feature of any effective digital menu board, and a lack of clear pricing information can make ordering frustrating for customers.
Digital menu boards for restaurants also offer an excellent opportunity to advertise combo offers and add-ons to increase average restaurant spending, and a portion of your setup should be dedicated to highlighting menu specials and restaurant promotions.
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