Aviom has unveiled its new website. Redesigned from the ground up, the site streamlines navigation and includes additional instructional content and an increased focus on applications to help users understand how to build the most effective Aviom systems. The site has an updated graphic look and feel as well.

“We’re excited to be launching the next generation of our company’s website,” says Aviom’s director of marketing Chandler Collison. “The expanded content is a reflection of the breadth of applications we’ve seen in the field over the last several years as our global user base has continued to grow in many directions. These new market segments include broadcast facilities, board rooms and corporate campuses, schools, and much more.”

The site’s improved look is complemented with enhanced content areas focusing on applications that go beyond monitor mixing. “Aviom has set the industry standard for personal monitor mixing, and for a long time, our website focused primarily on that one application,” adds Collison. “More recently, users have tapped into many other ways they can take advantage of the flexibility and simplicity of Aviom’s products, and our website needed to grow to include more of that content.”

Collison explains that the site is designed to serve a wide range of visitors. “We need to be able to communicate effectively with the most experienced systems contractors designing multi-million-dollar systems on the one hand, and at the same time, break things down for the do-it-yourselfer on a praise team in a church, or in a rock band. One of the design goals was to deliver a positive, useful experience to any site visitor, no matter what brought them to the site and no matter how experienced they are with digital audio.”

The current relaunch is the first phase of a year-long effort focused on retooling the company’s web presence. “This stage of the site’s redesign is based on a lot of great input from our users and channel partners,” Collison adds. “We’re looking forward to continuing to add more dynamic content over the course of the coming year.”