Michelle Bollen

Michelle Bollen

Michelle Bollen came to AVIXA with a rich background in education and language. She has taught Latin and Graeco-Roman Mythology and has done extensive work in language translation. Michelle joined the Standards Development team and leads the audio task groups. When she's not working, she's tapping her barista skills for her team, working out, or writing young adult novels. You can reach her at mbollen@avixa.org.

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3 Ways to Maximize Your Client’s Investment in Digital Signage

By Michelle Bollen

How much of a sculpture is defined by what it depicts, whether it is marble or jade, or even where it stands? When it comes to creativity, form, content, and context jointly determine the viewer’s experience.

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WeWork, Convene Share How to Have Better Meetings during COVID-19

By Michelle Bollen

Pandora’s box has been opened, and companies won’t be able to get all the meeting apps and tools back under lock and key post-COVID-19. But, as the myth goes, hope remains. Audiovisual technologies and meeting spaces are more flexible than ever and have the capabilities to put the user’s choice first.

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Cut the Static: Creating Dynamic Experiences through Architecture and AV

By Michelle Bollen

Historically, buildings have been pretty set in stone. Architectural flexibility was the exception not the norm. Today, however, we live in a remarkable moment—a time when our spaces can shift with the flick of a hand across a keyboard. We can write an algorithm that turns a doorstep into a portal and build a canvas that paints (and even serenades) itself.

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How the AV Industry Can Give Back in Times of Crisis

By Michelle Bollen

Are you and your company looking for ways to give back and be that community for others? Here are some tips and recommendations for how you, as an AV professional, can pay it forward.

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Solving New Access Control Challenges With Digital Signage

By Michelle Bollen

Brick and mortar businesses are reopening. To do so safely — even legally — businesses are pivoting their customers’ experiences to encourage social distancing.