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Digital Touch Elements: Gallery

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Marc Healy, executive director of retail and marketing
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As simple as it sounds, the digital experience can return to its slide show roots through the Gallery feature. However, with a plethora of design opportunities, this gallery can be a highly interactive and living display. Consumers can send in images from local events where the financial institution held some sponsorship, or a fun image of them posing with some branch swag.

The Louvre VR experience

The Louvre VR experience

Another option is to create a digital art gallery that displays community art in digital gallery and VR gallery walk through experiences. The branch can offer contests and present prizes to visitor selected winners, as well as feature the personal galleries or collections of local artists. In turn, the Virtual Reality Experience can be installed into any digital screen, display, or video wall. Element generally uses VR to explore to-scale branch renderings, but the experience can be easily adapted for any location, as seen in the above image of the Louvre Museum’s VR walkthrough, located on their website.

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Written and Photographed by Bryn Baldasaro for The Element Group.

Edited by Nate Baldasaro.


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A man in a blue button-up.
Marc Healy
executive director of retail and marketing

Often greeted by the team as “Mr. HEALY!,” with all suitable pomp, Marc is known to be a positive force of nature in the office. After graduating from Western Washington University with a degree in Business and a concentration in Finance, Marc proceeded to leap right into leadership positions. His career now spans over 35 years, with experience in marketing, sales, and finance.


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