There has been a great reaction to the recent launch of Sidey’s new-look website, with Scotland’s strongest fenestration company already receiving superb feedback and recording hundreds of new visitors.
The website has been designed to show Sidey’s impressive range of products to all market sectors, comprehensively catering to homeowners, trade, new build & developers and local authority & housing associations.
With fresh page designs and stunning photography, a simple navigation process and upgraded content, the site has been developed to be tablet and mobile friendly, enabling visitors to find the information they need easily, whatever platform they are using.
Containing in-depth information on the products and services Sidey provide, news, history, accreditations and other resources, each different sector on the site also features the relevant information for that market, including specific product details, downloads and case studies.
“It was vital that the new site would be able to accommodate all the different aspects of our business and make available the necessary information that each market sector needs,”
Mandy Gunn, Sidey’s Marketing & Bid Writing Manager, commented: “Not only have we achieved that, the site looks great and is easy to use across all platforms. We know that a huge percentage of people now use mobile phones to access the internet and we’ve reflected that in our design.
“The hard work we put into the planning, development and content of the website has worked well and we’re very pleased with the results.
“Not only have we seen a significant increase in traffic, but we’ve also had lots of great feedback from visitors.”
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