Roman revises its website

11 Aug, 15

Website with mobile version to provide “most user-friendly experience possible”.

 Roman has updated its website with a revised layout and mobile version, which it claims will “provide the most user friendly experience possible”.

The homepage has been created with a story-telling layout, which guides users around the site, and a ‘back to top’ arrow has been used at the bottom of every page, so users don’t have to waste time scrolling back to the top of the page.In addition, a search facility has been added to the site and all online forms have been updated.

The mobile website view features key links and messages on the homepage, with a navigation menu which slides out from the right hand side of the screen, so users can navigate while holding a tablet or phone.

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The colours, images and design are consistent with all of its literature, including brochures and POS and features the company’s “water people”.

Each Roman range has its own  colour, which has been applied to the website, to make it easier for the user to distinguish what range they are looking for.

Completing the website, Roman showcases all of its accreditations such as the CE mark, BSI logos and Made in Britain and membership logos such as the BCFA, BMF and BMA.

Managing director of Roman, David Osborne commented on the launch of its latest website: “We have always had a successful website but we want Roman to stay ahead, we are acutely aware of the advances in website technology design and need to make sure we are as prominent in our website as we are with our products and services.”