The Hamlin Robinson School is a prominent educational center in Seattle, Washington. Dedicated to serving students with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences, the school mission is to "ignite the academic and creative potential." The institution caters to Grades 1 through 8, ensuring that every child receives the education they deserve regardless of their unique learning needs.
Despite its noble mission, the school encountered several challenges. Conventional communication avenues fell short for students grappling with language-based learning disparities. There was a pressing demand for a vibrant, flexible, and visually compelling solution to guarantee that vital announcements such as exam routines, class schedules, holidays, and academic materials were clear and reachable.
Understanding the unique challenges, the school decided to adopt digital signage technology, partnering with Pickcel. They integrated digital screens powered by the Amazon operating system, placing them strategically across the campus, including specific locations such as assembly halls, classrooms, libraries, etc.
Mobilizing the power of Pickcel's cloud-driven platform, the school gained the agility to refresh and tailor content with precision, ensuring it resonated with the learning profiles of their students. The luminous visuals, dynamic graphics, and the capability to weave in multimedia such as videos, GIFs, etc., transformed the information delivery, making it captivating and accessible.
With digital signage, Hamlin Robinson School revamped its communication approach. Students felt more connected, well-informed, and integrated into school events. The digital displays filled the communication void, aligning with everyone’s requirements.