Much has been written about the need for design standards, but I came across this article from Infocomm in my in-box recently and thought it worth mentioning to this audience. It’s the first of four parts, so watch the Infocomm website for the remaining three.
The key message I take from the blog is that without proper enforceable design standards, a university cannot expect quality or consistent outcomes in the delivery of AV systems.
I haven’t had the opportunity to do a direct comparison with the AETM guidelines, but a quick look at the list of contributors suggests there are likely to be some similarities.
The author of the blog points out some associated standards available from at no cost which can support university design guidelines.