The Amarillo Symphony was founded in 1924 as a 12-piece ensemble led by Miss Grace Hamilton. The ensemble quickly grew from a small volunteer organization to a symphony of 56 musicians. By the end of the 1940s, the symphony suffered financial hardship. New music director A. Clyde Roller and violinist Eddie Melin stepped forward to work with president Lee Bivins to devise a plan to eliminate the deficit and improve the orchestra.
The orchestra needed an upgrade to their web presence that made content management easier and improved overall frontend user experience.
Like most users, maintaining a strict project budget was crucial and we had a tight development schedule. In addition to the orchestra content, the organization needed to include a large amount of content related to their youth ensemble programs, which included downloadable member material and a host of application forms.
In the end, the site serves as an excellent example of what can be accomplished using 100% standard features and design tools.