Latest headlines: Mark Coxon on desire pathways, Murphy Daley on educational opportunities, plus news from QSC, Epson, Huddly and more
February 28, 2022 | Volume: 13 | Issue: 4
Hello, UCC #AVtweeps!
Welcome to your last newsletter of the month! In this issue, check out Mark Coxon’s latest column all about desire pathways. When specifying a conference room, do you find that end users utilize their own paths for using different tech? Is this bad on them or is this a sign of how to simplify the technology? Read more to find out.
Also, I want to mention that there are so many educational opportunities in our industry. So many, in fact, that it’s difficult to remember them all. If you’ve ever had a difficult time keeping all these resources straight, check out Murphy Daley’s latest column.
Finally, I hope to see you all at LAVNCH WEEK 5 — starting with UCC day tomorrow. I can’t wait to deliver my presentation on what millennials really want from the hybrid workforce. As this group is largely taking up the workforce, it’s probably wise to start thinking about this! I hope you join for that session plus others!
The truth is that desire paths aren’t unique to landscape and wayfinding. They can emerge in all sorts of places, and although they may not manifest a dirt walkway, they express the same thing — a dissent from what was designed.
Now that the new-year smell is wearing off of 2022 and everyone is getting into their routines, this seems like a good time to set up plans for personal upgrades. For the AV professional, there are a number of options for sharpening skills and gaining new ones.