New Interactive Website by Samsung Staron® Solid Surfaces.
September 8th, 2011
Staron® Solid Surfaces is made of natural minerals and blended with pure acrylic to create a seamless surface solution suitable for endless applications in commercial and residential applications. Staron® has always had cutting edge design and many designers have pushed the boundaries of design by using the product due to its unique nature and design possibilities.
Staron® Solid Surfaces continues this path of innovative by launching their new website www.staron.com.au .The website has been designed to create an interesting and interactive experience for the user while exploring Staron®.
The easy navigation menu makes it easy to find exactly what you are looking for. Features such as virtual magazines and a design video player that feeds from YouTube creates a new online experience that makes exploring the design aspects of Staron® interesting and enjoyable.
A new extensive and inspirational Staron® Solid Surfaces gallery full of design ideas has been added with albums of different segments and interactive viewing. These albums include leading designs from Australian and European designers.
Social media network pages from Facebook and Twitter have been integrated so you can view updates directly from the website as well as giving easy access to ‘Like’ or ‘Follow’ the Staron® pages.
Users can also easily view all the beautiful Staron® colours and make an online request for a sample or a design brochure. The website has also been designed with the growing number of iPhone, iPad and smart phone users in mind. The website is viewable on any device and eBook versions of the design brochures are also available for download. Design videos have also been embedded from YouTube that allow full screen viewing.
The new Staron® website is now live and has all the relevant Staron® Solid Surfaces product information, environmental data, technical sheet downloads, sink drawings and all other general information and winning projects from the Staron® Design Awards.
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