Experience Design Sessions You Can Still Watch from InfoComm 2020 Connected

Experience Design Sessions You Can Still Watch from InfoComm 2020 Connected

It happened – InfoComm 2020 Connected! The virtual show presented sessions on how to integrate content, space, and audiovisual technology to enrich experiences. And now these sessions are available on demand! If learning more about experience design is on your to-do list, be sure to register and watch these recorded sessions.

See the full list of InfoComm 2020 Connected’s education programs and to register. All sessions are free to watch and are available on demand.

Tips, Pivotal Elements, and Experience Design Roadmaps From 2020 AVX Award Winners: Hear from the winners from AVIXA’s 2020 AV Experience Awards (AVX Awards) in a panel discussion about digging down to what the client is really trying to accomplish, and then bringing that about through innovative, experience-focused AV design.

TIDE Spotlight: Don't Be So Static: The interactive and immersive elements that redefined museums and public spaces over the past decade were a source of inspiration and innovation for experience design across many applications. Now, with the “high-touch” aspects of these digital/physical hybrid spaces drastically altered by concerns over health and safety, what comes next? Creative technologists Sasha Harris Cronin, BBI Engineering, and Maria Mortati, Maria Mortati Experience Design, shared their thoughts.

How AV Integrators Should Be Working With Content Developers to Create Experiences That Maximize Their Clients' Investment: Digital Signage Magazine Editor Camille Burch moderated a panel of AV content creators answering integrator questions to bridge the gap between technology and content. The interactive session will improve your understanding of the process, results, and deliver the highest ROI for the customer.

Designing Contact-Free Building Experiences: The global health care crisis is driving us to rethink how people use and navigate public and commercial building spaces. Concerns about physically touching screens and other surfaces is prompting architects, interior designers, AV professionals, and digital signage solutions providers to explore new strategies and concepts for how to make spaces workable and intuitive, but still be memorable. Dave Haynes, Sixteen:Nine, interviews Michael Schneider, Gensler.

Technological Trends for Enhanced Visitor Experience in Asian Museums, Theme Parks, and Experiential Venues: Joe Fong, Electronics & Engineering Group of Companies, presented case studies on how AV hardware can fit into the design of “Defining the Indefinite.” In the recent years AV technology has been challenged to fulfill the dreams of creative designers and producers, making breakthrough with innovative technologies.

New Tech Lightning Round: Displays & Projectors: Missed the show floor? Hear from three of InfoComm's display technology exhibitors show off their newest products. Each exhibitor had 15 minutes to pitch their most innovative new technology and answer your questions.