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April 27, 2022 | Volume: 20 | Issue: 16
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The designer will dig deeper. What is the intent? How will this room be put to use? A good engineer will know how to ask the customer questions to understand their vision and what this room needs to do. The preliminary needs assessment happens prior to the site walk so the designer can begin the design outlining the scope of this AV system.
If there’s one topic that has been totally exhausted and “overthunk” in the last year, it’s the post-COVID return to work. I don’t say that because it’s unimportant; I say that because most of the pieces we see written try to draw some new one-size-fits-all conclusion to what the… gulp… “new normal” will, or should, be. The problem with that is we have moved into the experience age, and experiences are very dependent on the people experiencing them — and those people aren’t the same at every organization.
One thing that keeps me interested in my career is that our industry is ever-evolving as technologies are introduced and evolve over time. After 17 years of working in the world of ProAV distribution, I never stop learning new things. Most recently, I was tasked with learning about dvLED to help support our sales team and customers on projects. While I still have a lot to learn, below are some key takeaways that I can share based on what I have learned so far.