As schools and universities prepare for the next academic year, accommodating and anticipating what needs to happen in light of COVID-19 may be the universal grand challenge.
What elements of virtual interactions will we see the built environment as we re-enter the world with new standards for health and safety?
This episode examines how we can expand storytelling through transmedia design — telling stories using multiple mediums and reflecting multiple voices.
It’s time to think about the new memorable. What makes for the most successful interaction in an experience design, from a technological and a human perspective?
Highlights from the AVIXA webinar "Esports: Looking to the Future in the Post-COVID-19 World,” which brought together AV industry experts to share their perspectives on the opportunities and challenges in the esports space under current circumstances and in a post-COVID-19 world.
Brick and mortar businesses are reopening. To do so safely — even legally — businesses are pivoting their customers’ experiences to encourage social distancing.
Charmaine Torruella, current Diversity Council Chair, reflects on the accomplishments of the council, two years after its inception.
We want to thank those who took part in the InfoComm Connected Keynote with CEO Dave Labuskes – A Better Normal: Reducing Friction and Finding Our Way in a Hybrid World. If you missed it, the session is available on-demand until August 21.
As more AV companies consider what it will take to bring people back to offices — if they bring people back to offices — they’re laying the groundwork so employees will feel safe.
Social distancing — maintaining adequate physical separation from others in order to minimize chances of the virus spreading — has been an important part of efforts to manage the pandemic.
“The one thing that has remained constant through this whole period of change — because we've seen things change from one day to the next — is the idea that we have to keep an open mind,” says Bill Warnick, CEO of Solutionz.
The first day of a tremendous effort to maintain the AV industry’s most well-attended trade show during these uncertain times is paying off.
AVIXA spoke to a panel of experts about the need for secure systems when planning and executing a live event and how to mitigate the risk.
There are several positive signs in this most recent COVID-19 Impact Survey: more companies operating at full capacity, project work is slowly resuming, thawing communication between providers and customers, and hints that revenue prospects may be stabilizing.
There are growing signs the pro AV industry is in for a protracted recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic challenges it has presented.
At AVIXA® we stand united to shed ignorance, help end systemic racism, and build a better future together.
The SANS Institute specializes in information security and cybersecurity training, so security is top of mind for their live events.
TIDE Generator host Kirsten Nelson examines what makes things memorable with Paul Chavez (Arup) and Nathan Adkisson (Local Projects)
The AVIXA® Latin America Team has started a series of articles exploring the new realities the AV industry will face in our region because of COVID-19.
The proliferation of sensors and data-driven environmental and communications controls in recent decades has made our offices smart. Now all we have to do is help them share their insights.