Event Structures Company Launch New Website

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Event Structures specialists, Media Structures Limited, have launched a new website to showcase their full range of services. The mediastructures.net site has been developed with the visitor in mind, providing full functionality to mobile users through its responsive design and easy to use navigation.

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We’d love to hear what our customers and new visitors think about our developments as we are always keen to improve the user experience and would encourage anyone with any feedback to get in touch

Croydon-based Media Structures specialise in the provision of temporary structures to the media, sports, festival and production event industries and have developed a new website to display the high profile projects they have been involved in, such as creating temporary structures for popular television programmes.

In addition to showcasing their capabilities in the installation of event structures, the new website also demonstrates the behind-the-scenes work completed by the Media Structures in-house design team. Using the latest AutoCAD 3D design and Structural Analysis software, the design department produce detailed drawings for every temporary structure, examples of which can now be seen when visiting their website.

Delivering the best possible user experience was the driving factor behind the new site build, as Business Manager Danny Low said: “We are really pleased with the new Media Structures website and hope it will enable site visitors to quickly and easily find the information they are looking for. This launch has come just in time as we have many new and exciting projects planned for 2015 which we can now showcase via our new website.

“We’d love to hear what our customers and new visitors think about our developments as we are always keen to improve the user experience and would encourage anyone with any feedback to get in touch,” Danny added.

To view the new Media Structures website or to find out more about the services they offer you can visit mediastructures.net.

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