MOUNTLAKE TERRACE, WA — Symetrix has launched its newly designed, mobile-friendly website complete with a brand new community forum. Designed to create an engaging user experience for visitors, the new website provides:
• Redesigned homepage with updated branding and functionality
• Solution pages for Education, House of Worship, Teleconferencing, and Restaurant spaces including design templates
• Searchable support page with extensive knowledge base, videos, and technical documentation
• New Symposium community forum allowing users to share inspiration and information about Symetrix products and projects
Visitors to the website will find a visually enhanced, user-friendly format with improved navigation, functionality, and responsiveness on all screens and device types. The site features redesigned vertical focus pages, images and testimonials from real Symetrix projects, along with an online warranty claim form, and more robust support pages.
“It’s important to us that the Symetrix universe of users can easily find what they need from our website, whether it’s technical information, product documentation, or project inspiration, and be able to do it all from a phone or iPad if they’re not in front of a computer,” explains Symetrix owner and CEO, Mark Graham. “The new website provides that functionality, along with a cool new forum to give us a place to connect.”
The new Symetrix Symposium forum is a user-generated platform where visitors can ask questions, provide answers, and build community in the AV industry. Moderated by the Symetrix Technical Support Team, the forum is broken up into three main categories (audio processors & software, control solutions, and Intelligent Modules & Lua scripting) to provide vital information to AV users of all levels of expertise.
Not only can users collaborate with other AV professionals from around the globe to find common solutions, they can also download Intelligent Modules from other manufacturers or community members to enhance and increase the capabilities ofComposerTM software. The forum interface is available in eight languages and provides 24/7 access to user-based technical information.
The updated website is now live, and the Symposium forum can be accessed from the top navigation bar under support.