One of Australia’s leading furniture companies has launched an innovative new website and e-commerce platform.
April 22nd, 2013
For the first time, the Living Edge online store (soon to go live), will offer a range of iconic products available for purchase and immediate dispatch for delivery, Australia-wide.
The online range includes products from Herman Miller, Louis Poulsen, BassamFellows and E15 – with the online store collection expanding over time.
The new website has been designed with a striking new, easy to navigate, interface that will act as tool for architects and designers – offering industry only access to CAD blocks, commercial pricing info, environmental certificates, and other documentation making it that much easier for architects designers to work with Living Edge on their projects.
“We pride ourselves on our customer service and we want that experience to extend to our digital offering. Architects, designers and end-user retail customers alike should be able to jump online and have the Living Edge experience that is just as enjoyable as walking into one of our showrooms,” explains Living Edge Director Aidan Mawhinney.
Living Edge worked with award-winning digital agency Future Büro on the design and development of the site that employs adaptive design, making the site viewable on multiple devices including iPhone, iPad and desktop computers. The new website has been timed to coincide with the launch of the new logo for the iconic brand.
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