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Nanonation Publishes New Look & Feel

After a record-setting year, ending earlier in 2019, Nanonation sought to reenergize its website through a more current representation of their vast array of software expertise. Founded on secure software in the retail and financial services industries, Nanonation has reached into education, museums and attractions, and corporate communications verticals in recent years. Their mantra, “if it attracts you to a space using digital, we create it,” has positioned the firm for even more upcoming growth.

The new website seeks to show its visitors that Nanonation is ready for their next project, whatever that might be. Whether the visitor is ready to create a custom interactive table in their retail or museum environment, a new ticketing kiosk, or a robust signage network, Nanonation wants visitors to know, they have found their partner.

Nanonation’s COO, AshLea Allberry, said of the site, “It is very exciting to see our brand and products expanding at an unprecedented rate. Our customers, past and present, are coming back project after project to see how they can better position their environments for repeat visitors. Our new website, among other internal initiatives, is just the beginning of an exciting couple of years.”

So, what’s next for Nanonation? In the coming months, you will see an increased emphasis in K-12 Education, Museums and Attractions, and Corporate Communications, among their existing focuses. The key to success in these areas is brand awareness, experience-driven testimonials, and representative content.

If something you see on the new site interests you and your organization, please reach out to and we will direct you to the best Nanonation contact.

Nanonation Invites Feedback

Nanonation hosted its yearly focus group and attracted clients and future customers from nearly every industry. The goal of the event was to gather insight from industry professionals to better position Nanonation’s products and services in the marketplace.

The focus group began with demonstrations of recent projects and solutions to provide attendees with a framework for topics to be discussed throughout the day. As the event progressed, customers were asked to provide comprehensive feedback regarding solutions that could positively augment their environments.

“Having these conversations always provides great background and detail to our research but there are also a couple of big surprises to come out of every group,” said Scott Eastman, our Creative Director.

It became apparent as users were exposed to new knowledge of Nanonation’s collection of software that they could identify many ways of using our solutions that we had not thought of ourselves. Attendees found they could expand their digital footprint by including solutions like interactive directories in churches, signage in hospitals, digital donor boards in non-profit locations, wayfinding in corporate headquarters, and augmented reality in museums.

The conversations have proven to be mutually beneficial. We were able to discover new markets for our products and many of our clients discovered new ways to engage their visitors and customers. Our goal is to expand upon the conversations and continue them in the near future.

Nanonation Welcomes Randolph and Bowen to Sales Team

Nanonation, a leading provider of public space interactive and digital signage solutions, is pleased to announce the hires of Taber Randolph as National Account Executive and Alison Bowen as Account Manager. (more…)

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.


Boys Town Recognizes Their Donors with Digital Interactive Experiences


Boys Town, a 100-year-old organization which helps at-risk children and families, needed a way to recognize its thousands of donors in its Hall of History Museum. The exhibit needed to be organized, searchable, and easily updated. And while most donor exhibits are either dull and lifeless, or attractive but hard to update, Boys Town wanted the best of both worlds.


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.


Do Space: Interactive Welcome Wall 

Do Space is a digital library who’s primary goal is to put technology in the hands of everyone, for free. The team at Do Space wanted to create an inviting experience which helps put guests at ease as they walk through the door. Because, let’s face it, high tech spaces can be intimidating for people who aren’t tech savvy. 


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.