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Wanting to not only to create a more user-friendly experience for their clients but also to update the look and feel of their website, Neville and More turned to Webpac to create their new one. The site, complete with a responsive design, aims to make the customer journey faster and simpler.
As Neville and More distribute and manufacture within four core packaging sectors (personal care and beauty, food and beverage, household and industrial, healthcare and pharma), creating a user-friendly experience for each one was of utmost importance. The full screen design segmented into four clear sections caters to the individual markets straight from the homepage. The varied textures and subtle use of cool and warm tones create clean, defined lines which contribute to the sleek look of the new site.
From this homepage, users can choose to browse by sector or by topic. Visitors with something specific in mind can easily find what they are looking for by searching the site which is equipped with numerous back-end tags that filter searches based on size, material, sector, and other criteria. No matter the route, the sticky menu gives them the opportunity to alter their course at any time, and the colour-coded sectors make for easier visual navigation.
Acting as a bridge between the digital and real worlds, the Neville and More site offers a virtual tour of the company's new Exhibition Centre. In full 3D, the virtual space offers a glimpse at the sort of standard lines Neville and More offers, as well as implementations created for such firms as 3M, The Body Shop, Alliance Boots, Marks and Spencer, and others.
The extensive catalogue offered by Neville and More has also been revamped. Each product has its own datasheet page where specifications are readily available in a table next to a photo. From there, it’s quick and simple to fill out an online enquiry form, send special requests by e-mail, print the page, or call Neville and More directly for additional information.
The website has not just been made easier for Neville and More site visitors, new tools are also available to staff and administrators. Webpac migrated and integrated all of Neville and More's existing site data into the company's Webpackaging supplier portal so that any changes required can be made there. News articles, job postings, product data, articles related to packaging technology, and other content can be uploaded to Webpackaging and is automatically reflected on the Neville and More site. Hence, the same data source is used to disseminate inormation among users of the Webpackaging website and visitors to nevilleandmore.com.
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- Frank Robledano Espín
- Company News -> Webpac Content
- Created 12 Feb 2018
- Modified 15 Feb 2018
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