Renaissance website

The Renaissance Theater website has a new look! 

In the past, organizations could get away with not updating their websites for 10 years at a time. However, as technology advances and more options become available for people to browse the internet, a person’s internet experience can differ from someone else’s depending on the device they use.

The Renaissance Theatre website recently went through a website overhaul. The new updates create an experience for many of their supporters to enjoy, giving them better online engagement and integration with the site. 

The new website provides a modern platform for presenting the Renaissance’s events and online presence, up to date SEO framework for better find-ability and online presence, a fresh look and feel to support their creative endeavors with better design support for the various departments present and much more. 

Through collaboration and listening to each other’s ideas, Rand Smith, president of the Renaissance Theatre's Board of Directors, came to the same conclusion as Miller about the website's need for an update. 

"I believe websites are the connection to the world,” Smith said. 

The Renaissance Theatre used DRM Productions seven years ago for a website redesign. With the growth of technology in the last decade, Jay Miller, owner of DRM productions, offered his expertise to the team over at the Renaissance Theatre, evaluating their past website and determining what changes needed to be made. 

At DRM, a group of artists help business leaders communicate their message through the current digital mediums. They meet with clients to get a firm grasp on their vision and work with them to make sure their website meets today’s standards. 

“The result of this project is a website that is state of the art, and truly represents a springboard for the future of this organization,” said Holly Williams, director of marketing and communications at the Renaissance Theatre.

Working diligently and showing flexibility, DRM has been able to collaborate with many local organizations in the Mansfield area such as the Renaissance Theatre. 

“We've always felt as an organization, and as a team, that we have certain talents that benefit pillars in our community like (The Renaissance Theatre),” Miller said. “So we can be giving of our talents and help some of these pillars in the community that builds an overall better community, which is good for everyone.” 

Contact DRM Productions today to get a custom website quote

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Tierra Thomas is the Thrive Reporter for Richland Source and Content Specialist for Source Brand Solutions. She graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Journalism. When she's not writing news, she's writing fiction or taking photos.