iFactory wins Best Responsive Website Design
Brisbane web design agency recognised by CSS3 Mania for Best Website Design
CSS Mania recently honoured iFactory with Best Responsive HTML5 CSS3 Website Design for our work on client responsive website, Resolute Equipment. Being recognised by industry professionals is something that makes us incredibly proud as we strive to take on increasingly challenging web designs for our clients.
The Best Responsive HTML5 CSS3 Website Design recognises the very best in worldwide website designs. The site offers designers and developers a place to explore the latest designs and trends, particularly those that incorporate XHTML/HTML5 & CSS3 (Tableless).
For the Resolute Equipment website, iFactory created a competitive online presence to target their mining and construction industry clients and drive enquiries and sales. The responsive website enables users to browse the entire spare parts list on their desktop or mobile device, add items to an “Enquiry Cart” (akin to a Shopping Cart), and when finished browsing generate an enquiry on those items. With an expansive inventory, the open source CMS Joomla is easy to use and, with minimal training, has enabled staff to manage content into the future.
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To discuss how our team of creative designers, web developers and multi-channel marketers can help drive your business further through digital platforms, contact iFactory on +61 7 3844 0577 or email us at email@example.com
iFactory is a full-service digital agency with an experienced, professional and passionate team. Our advanced web solutions consolidate website design, responsive websites, ecommerce, internet marketing and systems integration to deliver market-driven, innovative and professional internet solutions. By focusing solely on digital, we believe we offer cutting-edge solutions that keep pace with the evolving nature of the world-wide-web.
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