A big part of the user experience in meeting rooms is the user interface. And by that I just mean the control panel that participants will use to start the meeting, video call, and sharing capabilities. As I’ve learned from AVI-SPL’s programmers, these control panels should support the different ways people want to work in these spaces.
David Thorson, vice president, programming at AVI-SPL, reviews five steps to building a video conferencing user interface (UI) that delivers a positive meeting room user experience (UX) in your digital workplace. Thorson will help you understand issues like:
- Defining user expectations for the meeting room experience
- Creating the UX architecture
- Choosing the right hardware and software based on your user interface blueprint
- Using meeting room standards for a consistent experience
- Monitoring the usability of your solution
You’ll also learn about some specific Crestron solutions that help meeting attendees experience an outstanding video conference.