DSLR Buying Guide is a directory for all of the online information pertaining to any digital SLR camera you're looking for, from journalistic reviews, to consumer comments, to spec sheets, and great deals on new & used equipment.
Bellingham, WA (PRWEB) November 21, 2012
DSLR Buying Guide, a website dedicated to publishing statistics and other information about various digital cameras and camera manufacturers, has announced the completion of their recent re-design ahead of Black Friday. Expecting an uptick in visitors searching for deals on cameras, the site has made several alterations to improve usability and performance. The website received a series of visual and interactive enhancements to improve user experience and make for a more intuitive navigational layout. These changes, the site says, are intended to reflect the new direction that the online digital camera discussion community intends to take as Black Friday approaches.
DSLRbuyingguide.com offers individual overviews of digital single-lens-reflex cameras, including information about entry-level and high-end machines from a wide variety of optics manufacturing companies. They also offer reviews of lenses and other accessories, and present a guide to buying your first DSLR, for beginner photographers. The site's homepage explains their mission clearly: "DSLR Buying Guide is a directory for all of the online information pertaining to any digital SLR camera you're looking for, from journalistic reviews, to consumer comments, to spec sheets, and great deals on new & used equipment."
The enhancements to the site's new layout include a new background photo, an improved layout for less distracting advertisement placement, and a thoroughly-overhauled homepage. If all goes according to plan, the DSLR Buying Guide's Black Friday Promotion will soon be providing thousands of visitors with useful information pertaining to any digital cameras they are interested in purchasing via the new sleek and intuitive design.
The website was launched several months ago, but the guide's new enhancements constitute an effort to provide the best possible user experience. HappyChap Media, a Bellingham web design company, provided the technical expertise to achieve the desired results. According to Noel Abbott, HappyChap's lead project manager, "We were careful to make sure that the changes were made without negatively impacting the site's performance in search-engines."