Nanonation Welcomes Allberry as Chief Operating Officer

Nanonation, a leading provider of public space interactive and digital signage solutions, is pleased to announce the hire of AshLea Allberry who will be returning to her previous role as Chief Operating Officer.


Nanonation Partners with Fontenelle Forest to Educate Nature-Lovers

The Fontenelle Forest Nature Center in Bellevue, Nebraska teamed up with Nanonation to revolutionize their space. We worked on a series of six digital solutions to enhance the Raptor Woodland Refuge Exhibit, transforming the way visitors interact with the exhibit. We partnered with them again to expand their digital assortment, adding two more experiences. During each project, we took into consideration their overall mission: to inspire and educate current and future generations to care for the natural world.


How St. Robert Bellarmine is Using an Interactive Experience to Honor Donors

With over 50 years of history, St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Parish sought to find a new way to showcase and honor their donors. St. Robert’s, like many churches, is generously supported by private donations, so donors are vital to the longevity of their organization.


Eastmont Towers Foundation Enhances Awareness and Financial Contributions

The Eastmont Towers Foundation is supporting the Eastmont continuum of elder care services and facilities. For over fifty years, Eastmont has been a not-for-profit organization that relies heavily on donors and volunteers to maintain their facilities. The Eastmont Towers Foundation approached Nanonation to create a solution that enhances awareness and financial contributions by showcasing levels of giving.

Nanonation created a digital Donor Board which has allowed Eastmont Towers to capture and recognize donors who have contributed to the ongoing efforts of their organization. When a user walks up to the screen, they are greeted by a scrolling list of donor names that are categorized based on their giving level. The Donor Board also allows the Foundation to highlight specific donors by breaking away from the scrolling list and presenting a full-screen picture of the donor with additional information about their contribution.

The experience contains the branding and colors of the Eastmont Community and is powered by a Dell computer and commercial grade screen, which collectively creates a seamless presentation for visitors and residents alike. Using Nanonation’s online content management tool CommandPoint, Eastmont is able to easily control their content on a regular basis. The built-in templates allow for the content manager to quickly change donor names and images.

The screens are placed in two separate high traffic areas and have proven to be more effective than initially imagined. Since the Donor Boards have been installed there has been a 60 percent increase in donations. Nanonation’s Donor Board is a customizable product that has proven results in the field.

Eastmont's Digital Donor Board used to recognize donors over the years.

Nanonation Works with Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to Bring Schramm Education Center to Life

Nanonation is working with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to create several experiences in their fully renovated interactive nature center at Schramm State Park. Our in-house design team has been hard at work developing cohesive designs for each of the games and digital interactives.


Rustad Promoted to Vice President of Business Development

Lincoln, NE February 1, 2019: Nanonation, a leading provider of public space interactive and digital signage solutions, is pleased to announce the promotion of Zachary Rustad to Vice President of Business Development.


Nanonation is Helping Increase Tourism Traffic in Nebraska

Passport_The Nebraska Tourism Commission created the Passport Program to encourage participants to explore the hidden gems of Nebraska. Travelers and locals alike visit a variety of museums, parks, restaurants, and more to collect stamps in the Passport Program booklet or through the app, and submit them at the end of the season.


The Village School Celebrates Their Students and Athletes in New Digital Experiences

The Village School, a private school for gifted children, has now expanded to 1,750 students, outgrowing their space several times. With a wide variety of programs and a long history, the school needed a way to display a great deal of information. They were specifically looking for an engaging way to celebrate the academic and athletic achievements of their students as well as demonstrate the school’s advantages to prospective families and visitors.


Nanonation Installs First Seattle Area Digital Trophy Case

Nanonation was excited to work with their first West Coast school to design and deploy a custom Digital Trophy Case. Options High School in the Seattle Area is innovative, providing students with a more personal and exploratory approach to education.

Providing a means for Options to share their story, programs, and successes in a unique way was Nanonation’s goal. The school recently completed its new building, so the budget was a concern. They were able to acquire funding through donors and partners, which they are also able to recognize through their Digital Trophy Case.

Their Digital Trophy Case was installed just in time for graduation to display composites of all the graduating seniors. On the day of graduation, the Options superintendent was excited about how the school would be able to share the Options story and highlight students throughout the school for years to come. During the summer, Options filled their Digital Trophy Case with additional content, including their yearbooks, which led to students flocking around the unit excited to begin the school year.

Digital Trophy Case continues to provide rich experiences for students, alumni and faculty to share their stories and highlight every aspect of their school on an engaging platform.

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