G&S Window Systems new website
G&S Window Systems is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, which takes advantage of the latest web development tools to create a dynamic new appearance that provides online visitors quick and efficient access to up-to-date information on the business.
A slick user-friendly navigation system ensures that each item of information can be quickly accessed via a single mouse click. “Our customers and suppliers know what they are looking for, and we want to make it as easy as possible for them to find the information that they need,” said Gary Jones, Managing Director for G&S Window Systems.
“We designed the site with the needs of our on-line visitors in mind, and we tried to minimize navigation times while optimising the quality of the information that they can have access to — including products, services, photos, location details and contact information”, added Gary.
The site was designed by local multi-skilled IT company Mackintosh Consultants whose Managing Partner, Dr Nigel Mackintosh, noted: “We were extremely honoured to be appointed by such a prestigious local company to design and develop their high-profile new online presence. By building G&S Window Systems’ new site around the very popular WordPress (now powering 8% of the websites in the world), the company can save costs AND attract more business.
WordPress is designed to make it easy for clients to post their own content (including text, images and videos), make updates, edit content that becomes out of date, and so on. Critically, this means that clients can update the site themselves, without needing to contact (and pay!) us every time they want to make a change.
Clients need very little web expertise to manage a WordPress-based site; if they can send and receive emails, or manage their own Facebook page, then they can quickly learn how to manage the content on their own WordPress site. They can securely log in to their site to make changes from any Internet-connected computer; they need no special software, and they’re not locked into a specific machine in a specific place.
What’s more, although we provide a full support package to our clients, because WordPress is so widely used there is always free help available online if a client gets stuck. YouTube for example has loads of excellent videos submitted by users explaining how to do just about anything you could ever want to on your WordPress site. This takes away the fear factor and helps even techno-nervous clients become web wizards in their own right.”