As we discussed in our previous article, there are a number of ways an organization can develop the concept for their technology project. They can leverage experienced in-house staff, lean on an architect or design professional who is engaged in the project for support, or work with a technology consultant or design build integrator. Regardless of what path was taken to develop the concept, when it comes down to developing a design, all three parties must be involved. A successful design requires consideration of a number of factors including:
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Today, more than ever before, users expect their spaces to be both extremely functional and highly interactive. Whether in public spaces, boardrooms, or classrooms, a key component to effectively creating functionality and interactivity lies within the creative design and skilled integration of audio visual (AV) technology. From lobby-based video walls to enterprise-wide digital signage systems, from academic and corporate huddle rooms with the latest in wireless collaboration technology to boardrooms with 4K quality video-conferencing, AV technology has become as important to the user experience as network connectivity and furniture selection.