Lorient has officially announced the launch of its new website, showcasing Lorient’s innovative range of products and services.
The new website of the respected designer and manufacturer of sealing systems for door assemblies features a clean, contemporary design, with an intuitive site-wide navigation system and enhanced search functionality, allowing for quick and easy access to helpful information.
The structure of the content has been improved with a new resource centre – home to a CAD and fitting instruction library, FAQs, a glossary, videos and animations, plus much more.
An interactive doorset has been introduced on the homepage, which clearly sets out Lorient’s complementary range of products from architectural seals, air transfer grilles to ironmongery protection.
Lorient’s popular ‘Acoustic Search’ app has also been redeveloped in line with the new website; it provides access to hundreds of tested acoustic sealing systems on a variety of popular door constructions and configurations. This will improve both its design and functionality.
There’s a host of smaller, but impactful changes to improve the user experience including newly designed images, datasheets and fitting instructions; a sample ordering device; and a new customer log in area, where information can be saved for future visits.
Plus, there is a finishes tool within certain pages, displaying Lorient’s versatile options for its acoustic, smoke and fire seals and architectural seals.
Visitors to the website can explore a selection of Lorient’s high-profile case studies from a varied range of sectors, including commercial, industrial and public buildings.
The website will be continually updated with latest company news and developments and is also fully responsive with mobile devices, making it easy to navigate on a wide range of web browsers and devices.
Amy Hicks, Marketing Manager, commented: “We are excited to launch our website with a fresh new look in 2019 – our 40th anniversary year. What better way to mark this fabulous milestone than with a contemporary website – that truly represents our range of high-quality products and services. It’s packed with new content and features to enhance the user experience.”
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