Industrial Web Design Samples
- Providing the right information to your website visitors, instead of useless fluff, is important to us.
- We understand technical jargon and geek-out creating your website!
- We develop your website so it’s relevant to your specific audience(s).
- Check out some of the websites we’ve created – see below.
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ECommerce Website Design for a Tool Manufacturer
Hand-forged steel tools that last a lifetime are featured in this ecommerce website.
ECommerce development included nearly 100 products with over 400 variations, linking of inventory, banking accounts and QuickBooks.
Heavy-Industry Manufacturer Web Design & Development
Laurel Custom Grating engaged us to write and design their new website. The site includes unique drop-down menus for easy access to company contacts and downloadable heavy-duty steel products catalogs.
The intro slider has animated text and images to create interest.
Website Development and Design for a Printer & Sign Maker
Developed with the Elementor plugin, this site is easy for a novice web user to make updates and edits.
The site is loaded with samples of print projects, signage, outdoor graphics, specialty foil applications and digital die cutting.
Bridges Highways and Roads Developer Website
This mobile-ready website has an incredible mapping feature. For novice users, we programmed WordPress so that a user can add locations to a Google map, include text details about the road project and an image of the construction site. Visitors to the site can simply click on the map to see the details. Over 150 projects are mapped and described on the site.
Contractors Web Design Sample
The Houston Starr industrial web design was developed so that it can be updated by novice users. The web pages show products organized by category so web visitors can easily understand how the site is organized.
Insulation and Hazardous Materials Abatement Website Design
A content management WordPress site, Abmech Inc’s website development includes customer surveys. Direct Axis designed the site and the logo.