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  Fox Valley Symphony

When the Fox Valley Symphony came to us in 2008, their current website wasn't working for them. It was dated, broken and the FVSO was not able to get information updated in a timely manner.

DMI Studios was able to design a bold, dynamic new site from the ground up that turned the site from an afterthought into a showcase. Over the years DMI has continued to upgrade & expand the site based on the FVSO's changing needs, including a Responsive re-design in 2016. Each year brings on a new website personality, showcasing that season's concert schedule and theme.

We're proud to have donated our website and hosting services to support the Arts in the Fox Valley. Together we've made beautiful music!

Visit www.foxvalleysymphony.com

To see what DMI Studios can do for your company, contact us.
 



"DMI is both responsive and innovative. I can't say enough about how this benefits our organization. Even after a complete website revamp, they continue taking us to the next level each season with new ideas and creative solutions. Our online numbers are through the roof! Thanks to their generous donation of time and talent we are able to reach new audiences and stay ahead of the ever-changing online market."
Jamie LaFreniere - Director of Operations & Marketing
Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra, Appleton, WI





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