Limelight: A VividBoard Blog

Healthcare Facilities Embrace a Mixture of Simple and Bold Designs

We have seen hospitals embrace both bold, often surrealist styles as well as simple, more minimalist styles throughout their facilities.

Designing Hospitals for Children is no Small Task

Children are inherently different from adults, which is why they need healthcare that is specially catered to their adolescent minds and bodies.

Into the Lime Light: Memorial Hermann

Located in Humble, Texas, Memorial Hermann Northeast is part of a 14-hospital network that operates throughout the greater Houston area.

Thank You for Visiting Us at Healthcare Design!

Thank you for taking time to visit VividBoard, the premier patient room board supplier, at the Healthcare Design Expo in Phoenix! We're excited to partner with you for all of your patient communication and engagement needs.

Re-Introducing InHarmony Changeable Glassboards

With infection prevention, patient satisfaction and engagement being important measures for reimbursements, communication and cleanliness are top priorities.

Enhance Your Hospital’s Palette: Using Color in Facility Design

Today, modern hospitals are filled with rich color palettes, avoiding the monotony of having one single color rule the halls and rooms of any one facility.

Join VividBoard at the Healthcare Design Conference!

We're excited to see you at Healthcare Design again this year! Stop by VividBoard in booth 1237 to see the changes we've made to our Nightingale Award-winning InHarmony Changeable Glassboards and see our solution for Behavioral Health facilities.

The Power of Nature-based Designs in Healthcare Facilities

Why do many healthcare facilities incorporate nature-based designs? It’s a hospital design trend that has caught on over the years, but it’s not all about the aesthetics of nature

Coordinating Whiteboards and Wayfinding Creates a Complete Hospital Experience

The more you study the purpose and design of both wayfinding and patient boards, the more you begin to see the similarities between how patients interact with them.