• 5 FEB 2018              OKURA HOTEL AMSTERDAM


Las Vegas 2018

Human-Centered Design

At the heart of any technology is its interface, and today more than ever this requires an understanding of the human mind and body. Human-Centered Design is an approach which can be leveraged to create AV technology solutions that resonate with the user, driving engagement and adoption, and ultimately delivering meaningful solutions.

TIDE will include opening and closing keynotes from creative and business thought-leaders complemented by a series of shorter plenary talks each showcasing a specific point of view on how Human-Centered Design relates to the AV industry.

Morning and afternoon breakout sessions will allow attendees to participate in a workshop or take a deeper dive into a specific industry or technology. Throughout the day meals and networking breaks provide an opportunity for all participants, attendees and speakers alike, to share perspectives and reflect on their own takeaways from the day’s program.

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TIDE is co-located with InfoComm 2018, the largest event in North America for audiovisual industry.

InfoComm is your resource for the audio, display, collaboration, live events, and video technology that creates integrated experiences.

Your registration for TIDE in Las Vegas includes:

  • Free three-day pass for the InfoComm Exhibit Hall
  • Admission to more than two dozen Audio Demo Rooms
  • Invitation to the Opening Reception at OMNIA nightclub
  • and more!

Why Attend TIDE?

Uncover Key Insights

Discover new ideas for driving business and creative growth by making adopting Human-Centered Design in your organization.

Contextualize Technology

Before walking out onto the InfoComm tradeshow floor, reset with a day spent contextualizing AV technology in terms of solutions and end results.

Meet creative colleagues

Network with like-minded professionals interested in exploring new ideas to drive business growth, in a comfortable and intimate environment conducive to making new connections.
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  • “Consumers are used to technology being woven seamlessly into their everyday lives, and it’s time for event designers to adopt the same mindset when creating experiences.”
  • “What TIDE added to InfoComm was context, much needed context. What’s the point of all this technology? This, surely, is what our industry is about. Using technology to provide engaging and memorable experiences.”
  • “The TIDE Conference served up waves upon waves of gems, from fantastic speaker presentations and workshops.”
    TIDE 2017 Attendee
  • “The speakers were consistently excellent, with each presentation offering a unique and interesting perspective.”
    Attractions Management
  • What an industry parallel! @Pixar is great story teller first and animator second. Lesson for #avtweeps #TIDEConference #truth
    Jeff Day @jdaybwt







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