Check out our latest video testimonial from one of our satisfied clients – Something Different Linen.
Something Different Linen is the premiere destination for specialty linens and contract cutting and sewing for wide variety of industries. They were in need of an upgrade to their online presence and wanted a website as extensive and customized their linen offerings are.
We completely revamped and re-launched their original website by adding new functionality and innovative components not commonly seen in the fabric industry. Additionally, our NJ web design team enhanced the look and design of the website and added a more intuitive site navigation structure.
At the end, their partnership with us resulted in a new web 2.0 site that showcases the unlimited amount of printed linen options for any type of client. Their customers can now browse offerings on the website by event, industry, by color family, fabric category, and product type. They also can use a specialized fabric, name, or color search to pinpoint exactly what they are looking for.
The owners and management at Something Different Linen were ecstatic with the end product and are even more thrilled about the results and feedback they’ve been generating, and happily provided us with the raving testimonial above. You can learn more about the work we did here.
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