Wayne, NJ (PressExposure) April 02, 2013 -- ExhibitCraft, Inc., of Wayne, New Jersey, is pleased to announce the launch of its fully-featured multimedia website http://www.exhibitcraftNJ.com. The new site has extensive content including new trade show exhibit and corporate interiors galleries, event page, case studies, a live chat feature, new client file transfer website, photos, video and more.
ExhibitCraft, Inc. officially announces the launch of its fully-featured multimedia website http://www.exhibitcraftNJ.com. The new site has extensive content including new trade show exhibit and corporate interiors galleries, upcoming events page, case studies, a live chat feature, new photos, video and more.
The new ExhibitCraft website was built from the ground up, after over a year in the making. A few of the goals with the new website were to make it easier to navigate for users and easier for ExhibitCraft to manage and update with regular content, including tradeshow exhibit images, upcoming events and more.
New features of the website include a completely new site layout, a website search bar to help visitors to find what they are looking for, online chat capability, Exhibits and Corporate Interiors galleries, case studies, testimonials, a revamped promotional products page and more. Page sharing has been built into every page on the website so that visitors may share any page through a variety of methods, including e-mail and social media.
Scott Walode, President and C.E.O. of ExhibitCraft, says, "We're thrilled to launch the new and improved ExhibitCraft website. Most of all, we wanted to help people get to know us better, especially business professionals who will be exhibiting at trade shows. We wanted it to be a dynamic and well-designed website, especially since we are in the business of design. If you take a gander around the new website I think you'll get a pretty good idea of who we are and what we do as a company."
The website project was undertaken by Vickie Siculiano, Marketing Manager of ExhibitCraft, who had done extensive research on the industry landscape shortly after she came on board in September 2011. She conducted in-depth research to see which website features were most popular, and presented the results to the President and CEO of ExhibitCraft, Scott Walode. They then collaborated to select which elements would be most important to include in a new website redesign.