Careful design should be considered in order to have the most optimal effects from using shielding materials. For cables, a continuous shielding jacket (rather than segmented pieces connected with conductive tape) is a much more effective and reliable plan. Grounding clamps can be used on both ends to EMC ground the shield for increased shielding effectiveness. Alternatively, metal mesh tape can be used for shielding and grounded by soldering the metal itself.
For displays and apertures, out transparent shielding film is a great way to achieve EMI shielding and provide optical clarity. The shield can be ground around the perimeter to a metal bezel using FoF gaskets, conductive foams, or conductive fabric tapes.
On metal enclosures, conductive tapes are a commonly used during EMC testing. FoF gaskets and conductive foams are also very effective. It is one of the easiest solutions to apply gasketing along the entire perimeter to prevent any slit antennas.