Published On: Tue, Nov 8th, 2016

EmbroidMe Launches a Mobile Friendly Version of its Website

Eden Prairie, Minneapolis, November 8, 2016: EmbroidMe, a leading promotional products company specializing in embroidery, screen printing, custom apparel, marketing material for trade shows and awards, announced the launch of a mobile-friendly version of its website.

With smartphones becoming the device of choice for an increasing number of people, EmbroidMe’s mobile-friendly site aimed at making services more accessible, finding information less time consuming and ensuring a better user experience.

The layout of the site is simple and user friendly. Graphics have been used extensively not just to make the site more attractive, but to ensure visitors quickly find what they are looking for. The graphics are forceful and highlight the specialties of the company. The user interface is easy to understand and interactive.

Visitors can quickly identify and access various sections of the website from the homepage. There are sections like Awards and Recognition and Gourmet Foods that offer unique ways for businesses to increase their brand appeal. A visitor can quickly access the Promotional Products section, which lists more than 800,000 products including bags, key chains, calendars, pens, travel items and watches.

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The Trade Show section, also accessible from the homepage, includes both promotional giveaways and display items, such as banners and flags, signage, floor and tabletop displays, tent and event products and retractable banners. The Apparel section, which is the mainstay of EmbroidMe, showcases products like T-shirts, sweatshirts, polos, woven shirts, outerwear, pants and shorts, while also listing accessories and bags.

Through powerful visuals, a visitor is led to the promotional initiatives of renowned brands that EmbroidMe has been involved with. These brands include leading names like Nike, Eddie Bauer, Flexfit, Oakley, Under Armour, Ogio and Stormtech. Visitors who have a predetermined requirement can quickly access the relevant section of the site. on the other hand, visitors who are still unclear about what they want and are looking for more ideas can easily navigate to the Best Sellers section. This section lists the most popular promotional items and makes it easy to make a choice within a budget.

The Services section has options like embroidery and screen printing. This section also showcases EmbroidMe’s offering of Online Company Stores. This allows companies to create their own stores from where employees or associates can buy products that maintain the integrity and look of the particular brand.

Ross Rosenthal of EmbroidMe said, “We are all about visual communication, attractive designs and high quality, and we wanted our website to reflect this.” The site also makes it very easy for users to connect with EmroidMe. The toll-free number is mentioned in the top navigation, there’s a live chat facility and a form through which visitors can request a free quote by entering basic details like name, phone number and email address.

About EmroidMe: Established in 2000, EmbroidMe is among the largest promotional product companies in Minneapolis. Headquartered in Eden Prairie, the company is independently owned and operated by Ross Rosenthal. The company has affiliations with the National Advertising Specialties Institute, Promotional Products Industry, and Chamber of Commerce.

Author: Dharmendra

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