We’ve all been there – the restaurant bar with screens of every size and description all akimbo on every flat surface. It is supposed to feel vibrant, but the actual vibe is more likely to drive business away. Well-designed AV installations can make all the difference.
AV design has moved from the conference room to the hotel lobby, the table in the restaurant and the waiting room at the hospital. Consumers are starting to expect AV everywhere. Whether you serve restaurants, hospitals, universities, hotels – industries of all kinds are embracing AV. Increasingly, design matters just as much as the technical aspects of an installation.
Design thinking is becoming an important aspect of creating any product or environment. It’s like if the kitchen gadget doesn’t feel good in your hand, you don’t use it. If the restaurant bar just throws up screens without a design approach in mind, patrons will find somewhere else to watch the big game.
Which is why AV design matters for every industry. Your clients’ AV systems need to work seamlessly and with the end user in mind. Design cannot be an afterthought. When you marry the technical, functional aspects of your work to the design aspect, your clients will thank you, even if they don’t understand everything you’ve done for them.
Let’s take a look at how AV design can make a big impact in the sectors you work in most.