FOBA goes live with new website FeaturedWritten by Rob Colman September, 27 2012
Selmsdorf/Lüdenscheid - FOBA has just launched its new website, www.fobalaser.com, representing the brand's new look and feel online. The re-aligned brand appearance of the precision laser marking and engraving systems and machines manufacturer was launched at the end of 2011. With the website now live, the FOBA brand design relaunch is completed.
The artwork, content and web technology has been completely redesigned and revised to reflect the brand's sharpened profile. In addition to the technologically clean appearing screen design, the reworked and upgraded content on the website welcomes visitors with a user-friendly menu structure and intuitive navigation. All information can be accessed simply and quickly. A special focus has been placed on offering direct contact with FOBA from any page of the website. Major contact details such as telephone numbers or online contact forms are available anytime at the bottom of each page.
Beyond optimized user guidance, the company has extended the website's content. In addition to the basics of marking and engraving with lasers, users can also obtain information on the various procedures for laser materials processing, industry-specific application details and the solutions and services the laser manufacturer offers.
As a service for its worldwide web users, FOBA provides an interactive exhibition calendar - for the easy selection of local trade shows and for directly making show appointment with a respective sales engineer - and an interactive world map that helps to directly get in contact with the local contacts for sales and service. To ensure user communication across all channels, web links that lead to FOBA's major social media platforms have also been included in the website and are accessible on any sub-page.
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