Automated camera and switching solutions manufacturer 1 Beyond today launched a new logo and redesigned website.
The new logo brings a fresh and modern look to a longstanding leader and innovator in the AV industry, while the redesigned website features easy-to-navigate pages and updated, simplified messaging. The visual design showcases the company’s innovative products, and the layout is structured to provide a seamless user experience.
“While our name remains the same, our logo and website have changed significantly to better represent who 1 Beyond is and what we bring to market for our clients,” said 1 Beyond marketing manager Kelly Gragg. “Our new identity is innovative, modern, and professional—words we would use to describe not only our image but also the solutions we provide to our clients.”
According to 1 Beyond CEO and founder Terry Cullen, “Our new logo reflects our goal of offering simple, elegant solutions that integrate seamlessly with other industry leading products to provide a complete solution. Adding our intelligent tracking cameras to a room enhances the remote participant’s experience and is especially valuable in this new ‘hybrid world.’”
1 Beyond co-founder and vice president of technology Rony Sebok added, “Our new tagline is ‘Let’s Automate.’ What we were hearing is that customers want things to work automatically, with no manual intervention. We intend to remain ‘1 Beyond’ to keep pushing the frontiers of technology to make the end-user experience better.”
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