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The New Website for Stylish Smart Home Automation Specialists

  • By Catherine Dove
  • 05 Jul, 2016

Over the last few months we have been working hard on an innovative, contemporary and responsive website for MDFX , a business that designs and installs smart home technology.  With the exciting and impactful smart technology MDFX design, such as incredible home cinemas, powerful and intelligent lighting systems and stylish sound systems, we wanted to ensure the website created reflected the power and intensity of their work.


Responsive


It is essential to ensure websites can be accessed easily on every device, including mobiles, tablets and laptops. With MDFX's focus on powerful and stylish technology, we wanted to ensure that the transition from different devices was completely seamless. We hope you'd agree that their site is just as engaging and impressive on every device!


Easily Accessible


The great thing about MDFX’s systems is that they look great but also function easily and innovatively. Some websites look perfect but are very hard to use, however we made sure MDFX’s new site is easily navigated so you end up exactly where you want to be. Easily explore impressive case studies, with large good-quality photos, or simply browse through the various services MDFX offers, from home cinemas to security. With navigation so easy, potential clients are more inclined to give MDFX a call to enquire about their services.They might also be curious about projects MDFX have been working on recently. The latest news and projects can be found at the bottom of every page and are regularly updated to put any potential client’s mind at ease.

Interactive and Interesting


Movement on a page keeps the eye engaged and interested, so we ensured that content was displayed creatively. Dynamic interchanging photographs show you the diverse projects that MDFX have designed and installed, whilst the page movement highlights the large, dramatic images that catch the eye. The impressive photos were chosen to inspire potential customers into getting in contact with MDFX for consultation and business, so we placed a convenient contact form at the bottom of every page.


At Digity we are proud to produce innovative websites that are engaging and contemporary but most of all, concentrate on securing sales in the right places.


To find out how we can improve your business via an improved & inspiring web design, click here .


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