Feb 4 Celloglas News

Celloglas Reveal New Website Design

Celloglas, the UK’s leading decorative print finisher, has unveiled a website redesign. Key features of the site include a cleaner and more attractive design and a more engaging user experience owing partly to enhanced navigation and more sections to make more information easily accessible.

Three blogs have been merged onto the Celloglas website; covering Celloglas news, production news and ‘The Finishing School’ news. The new site also has an inspiration section, which includes pictures of projects Celloglas have worked on and which covers the finishing details used. The aim is to give people a wide variety of interesting content to inspire them on their next project.

Jennifer Deacon, Marketing Manager at Celloglas, commented “We are excited to reveal the new look for the Celloglas website. The site combines three blogs, which we will continue to update with engaging case studies and teaching materials on Celloglas finishes”.

The homepage features a video of a magazine being finished and there are further videos in ‘The Finishing School’ blog section. This helps show just part of the process in a more engaging and interactive way. The website is fully responsive; meaning it’s optimised for use on any device – desktop, tablet or mobile. You can also order printed samples across all finishing.

Jennifer added “We worked with an agency called ‘The Bigger Boat’ to complete this site. We chose them because we have seen some of the sites they’ve built in the recent past and liked their work”.

Andy McCaul, Director of The Bigger Boat, commented “It was nice to be given the challenge of bringing print to life online for Celloglas. Print is such a tactile product that it can be hard to do it justice through a website. We created a clean and modern design, using striking photography and video to help showcase the product. Celloglas are real leaders in their field too, so we wanted the website to be as informative as it is visually appealing. We’re really happy with the end result”.