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New year, new website for William Smith

New year, new website for William Smith
William Smith, part of William Smith Group 1832, has launched a brand-new website in order to start the new year with a bang.  

The completely redesigned new site, which has a sleek and contemporary appearance, has been designed with mobiles in mind,  meaning it is fully optimised for access from both mobile and desktop devices. Thus, users can now confidently shop online and search for information whether they are office-bound or working onsite.

In addition to optimisation, the website has been enhanced in several ways to offer improved navigation for, and access to the products area, a refined product search facility and easier online ordering.

In addition, it also features a new support hub and training academy pages, together with a Live Chat facility that enables users to contact the company’s expert support team, quickly and easily.

Finally, in recognition of the dynamic nature of digital technology, William Smith plans to further develop the site throughout the year, in order to ensure that it continues to meet users’ ever-evolving needs.

Commenting on the website, Chris Bradley, the company’s Head of Marketing said: There is an expectation these days that customers should be able to access information and purchase products at the click of a button without any issues and I believe that our new website now offers a much smoother and more inspiring online experience.

“The site is content-rich and will serve as a knowledge hub for all things related to materials, vehicle wrapping, digital printing, signage, window films, architectural films, and much more.

“I’d also invite users to offer their feedback so, wherever possible, we can accommodate their suggestions as part of our on-going development plan”

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