With over 36 million Americans experiencing some degree of hearing loss every year, it’s surprising that the hearing aid industry isn’t congested with more products. Plagued by limited availability and high prices, the hearing aid industry once offered little hope to those who suffer from all four degrees of hearing loss. In 2009, a group of engineers and entrepreneurs in Austin decided to fight back with an unconventional and advanced hearing option that could drastically improve the quality of consumers’ every day lives. Audiotoniq was born, and all they needed was a website.
Say what now?
Audiotoniq wanted a website that would identify their organization and create a strong community through user engagement. Pixeldust got to work designing and developing a clean, Drupal based interactive website that would establish Audiotoniq, emphasize user involvement, and provide precise and accurate information on hearing loss in America. Audiotoniq wanted their website to tell people who they were and provide a safe place for them to share his/her hearing loss story.
Built on a Drupal platform, audiotoniq.com features an interactive forum where users can share their story and discuss hearing loss with other users. Users can also share hearing information, comment on blogs and learn more about Audiotoniq’s groundbreaking product.
Loud and Clear
The goal of audiotoniq.com was to create a unique community where people of any ages could discuss their audial struggles and identify audiotoniq.com online. The connected experience Pixeldust created for Audiotoniq provides an interactive community for hearing loss individuals and establishes Audiotoniq as a new audial authority online. With over 5,000 hits after the first week, Audiotoniq.com is well on it’s way to making a big impact on the hearing loss industry.
The post Audiotoniq appeared first on Austin Drupal Development by Pixeldust Interactive.