Footage.net Releases New Site Design

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New interface simplifies footage search process and enhances overall ease-of-use, facilitating immediate access to Footage.net’s immense and comprehensive stock footage database.

New Footage.net Homepage

We've made a big push to simplify the user interface, which is critical given the sheer volume of clips and content now available on our platform.

Footage.net announced today the release of its fully redesigned stock footage search site. Footage.net is the world's premier resource for stock footage research, providing instant access to millions of screening clips and text records, and its new user interface gives creative professionals the tools they need to take full advantage of this powerful production resource.

“We've made a big push to simplify the user interface, which is critical given the sheer volume of clips and content now available on our platform,” said David Seevers, Footage.net’s Chief Marketing Officer. “With motion content from 40 world-class footage collections available through the site, our users need a reliable, straightforward set of tools to help them take control of the footage search process and find the ideal clip. We believe the new site does the trick.”

Footage.net is dedicated to helping creative professionals discover and access the world’s best footage. By partnering with some of the world’s most prestigious footage companies, including Getty Images, FootageBank, Framepool, and CNN ImageSource, Footage.net has grown rapidly over the last several years to become one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive online stock footage databases.

The new streamlined site will help users easily navigate Footage.net’s immense and comprehensive footage index. Additionally, the redesign gives new visitors an immediate understanding of what they can do on the site, enabling them to start their footage search projects right away. Within minutes, new users will be browsing Footage.net’s clip-based inventory, or trawling through its enormous text database and harnessing advanced search functionality to pinpoint shots by date, collection and/or category. This clarity and ease-of-use is also critical for Footage.net’s partners, who want to expose their footage to as many new potential customers as possible.

Overall, the new site design enables Footage.net to deliver on its mission of connecting footage users and footage suppliers as seamlessly, and painlessly, as possible.

About Footage.net
Footage.net is the world’s premier online footage search engine, providing creative professionals with the tools they need to discover and obtain the best motion content from the world’s top footage companies quickly and easily from a single site. At Footage.net, researchers can search over 40 footage collections simultaneously, view over 1.5 million clips, communicate instantly with our content partners and download over 250,000 premium stock footage clips.

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