We’re confident seasoned and first-time signs’ customers will be pleased with the look and feel of the new site.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
STOPSignsAndMore.com, manufacturers of a wide-range of parking signs and ADA signs, is announcing it has completely revamped its website to create an overall improved shopping experience for current and new customers.
The new site has been redesigned for a wide-screen look that will better enable shoppers to look at photos of various signs with minimal scrolling and resizing. Text and product images have been enhanced to enable greater accessibility. Lastly, product pages will load much faster now making the overall shopping experience more pleasant and intuitive.
The shopping cart process for purchasing these security signs and parking signs, which was noted by users as clunky and confusing, has been significantly streamlined. The new site has a single-page, easy-to-use checkout so that customers will not have to go back through the site to select the traffic signs they’d like to purchase. STOPSignsAndMore.com, which has been making signs for more than 25 years, also has earned Google Trusted Stores status, a designation many shoppers rely on and trust.
“We expect conversions and sales to rise considerably with the launch of the new site,” says Alex Padilla, Manager of STOPSignsAndMore.com. “With the old site, parking signs, stop signs and security signs customers reported that they had trouble navigating it, which is bad for business. You don’t want to lose a customer because of slow page loading or having a hard-to-use website. We’re confident seasoned and first-time parking signs’ customers will be pleased with the look and feel of the new site.”
Moreover, the site uses the newest web technology that allows for interactive social media, blogging, and “Live Chat” functionality. The southern California company is on track to launch its blog later this month.
About: STOPSignsAndMore.com is a leading U.S.-manufacturer of top-quality, parking signs, ADA compliant signage (including braille and tactile signs) and much more. Its MUTCD-compliant signs are made of robust materials that are built to withstand tough weather conditions and the test of time.