, an industry leader in audio, broadcast and film post-production, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website,
. The site, which features a brand new interface and content, also features Paragon’s new post-production division, Paragon-Post. In addition, visitors can find detailed information about Paragon’s music, production and picture service offerings.
“The site used to focus primarily on music production, recording and the technical end of music,” says Fred Paragano, owner of Paragon Studios. “Now we are delving pretty deeply into the post-production world and we want our site to showcase everything we have to offer. The new site has a lot of personality to it. It’s a great new look and feel that clearly defines what we do and will be easily modifiable in the future to add additional areas where we might further expand.”
On the website, visitors will be able to find a number of new features including detailed product offerings, company news and staff bios. The new site also gives an intimate studio tour showcasing all of the state-of-the-art equipment and services Paragon Studios has to offer as well as project and photo galleries.
“Our original website has been in place for over six years. As things changed in our business, we felt the need to better define what we do for those visiting our website,” adds Paragano. “A significant portion of our business comes from the website and we felt it was extremely important to get it updated to show what services we now offer.”
Atlanta-based Wiretree created the web design for the new Paragon Studios website. “When we approached Will and the crew at Wiretree about doing a new website for us, they were in the middle of a bunch of different projects,” continues Paragano. “Once we realized they would not be able to work with us right away, we started calling other web companies. After speaking with a few of them, we felt like we would be compromising our product if we didn’t use Wiretree. They understood our vision. Every design that they came up with was great. Ultimately, we wound up pushing the project back a few month’s because I knew Wiretree was the best and well worth the wait.”