Applied Acoustics Engineering Ltd Website
Applied Acoustics Engineering is a leading company in the design and manufacturer of a wide range of sub-sea navigation equipment based in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. For over 20 years they have been providing high quality acoustic products worldwide. The types of products they supply range from Positioning and Release Beacons to Seismic Sub-bottom Profiling equipment.
The new website build is used to help improve user experience, the navigation menu is placed at the top replacing the existing one that was placed in a side column. A search bar has also been added for customers to search for products within the site. The navigation menu was built using a mega-menu style, this is a type of drop-down, where the navigation is made clearer and visible all at once and the amount of searching and clicking is reduced.
The addition of the Content Management System (CMS) to the new website means that the client can change the content within the site whenever they want without having any technical knowledge.
Text can be added, deleted or changed
Images and videos can be easily uploaded
Easily change menu items
Facility to add Meta Data such as keywords and page titles to help with SEO
Other features of the website now include a news feed, events section and a user area.
The website has also now been built using Responsive Design Technology so that the website can be viewed comfortably across all browsers such as Firefox, IE and Google Chrome and all devices such as tablets, smartphones, laptops and PCs.
The new Applied Acoustics CMS website will certainly have a positive effect with regards to its search listings. The improved user navigation, Meta data integration, responsive design technology and additional content will help improve their rankings within all search engines.
We are also involved in the production of a 4-6 page A4 full colour product brochure. Each product under the Applied Acoustics range has its own brochure which demonstrates the products capabilities and an overview of the product itself.