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JS Online Launches New Site

JS Online, the office furniture specialists, have just launched a brand new website, making the process of purchasing new office seating, desks or workspace overhauls quick and easy.

With an unrivalled range of office seating, office desks plus ideas for office interiors the new web site is the culmination of more than a year’s worth of research, design and development. The online space is now a lot easier to navigate, says Chris Johnson, a director of JS Online.

Mr. Johnson said: “We were keen to freshen up our online presence and make it even easier for clients to find exactly what they are looking for in as little time as possible. We wanted to give an enjoyable browsing experience, give quick access to our extensive knowledge base and office future advice bank and provide great quality images of our products so clients could be confident in their selection. The new site looks and feels better, and has a special ‘Featured Projects’ section on the homepage so customers can see our portfolio before making any decisions.”

“All the products and services can now be accessed from the home page, which saves the hassle of looking for each page individually. It has a lighter, fresher feel to put our customers at ease and make them feel welcome.”

You can now click through to office essentials such as desks, ergonomic seating and customised interior design service, right from the homepage. The blog provides a dose of JS Online news and upcoming promotions, while the prestigious client portfolio lets you see what the firm has already done before you even browse the products.

The firm, which has over 40 years of experience in the business, realises the importance of having an updated, fresh-feel website. Mr Johnson added: “So much business is now conducted online, with online shopping becoming the norm for many. Having a website customers feel comfortable in is of utmost importance to us.”

Posted by Chris Johnson on 25 March 2011