Date & Time: Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EST
Summary: Kim Dwyer, Internal Communications Manager for Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Joshua Goodwin, Digital Media Specialist at Eileen Fisher, will co-present “How to Ensure that Content Remains a Priority with the Increased Focus on Hardware,” a topic that was also addressed by the Digital Signage Expo Advisory Board’s End User Council last September.
“As technology improvements move at a breakneck pace, concepts and new communication strategies often take a back seat to the newest way to display your ideas,” said Goodwin. “For the most part, the language used to communicate the message has not changed. Strategies for effective messaging remain the same as they always have.”
Speaker Bios: Kim Dwyer has been in Corporate Communications at Nationwide Children’s Hospital since 2008 and has managed the hospital’s digital signage network since the first pilot installation in 2011. With various types of digital signs to communicate to patients, families, visitors and staff, Kim oversees the creation of content and works closely with the Creative Services team to produce timely and effective messaging. As the hospital’s network of digital signs continues to grow, Kim is constantly looking for new opportunities to take hospital communication digital and to make digital messaging more effective and engaging. The most exciting part of going digital? Much less printing!
Joshua Goodwin was born and raised in NYC, and has worked in post‑production for more than 23 years. He has collaborated with clients like MTV, Nickelodeon, Sony Pictures, and Elektra Records to create creative content from feature‑length films to 30‑second promos. He injects himself in every process from pre‑production to deliverables and is currently restructuring Eileen Fisher’s video delivery system. Goodwin has been employed with Eileen Fisher as a digital media specialist (concentrating in digital signage) for more than two years and holds a bachelor’s in fine arts in film and animation from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
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