RotoZip and Metabo Unveil New Websites
If you spend time online, it doesn't take long to come to the conclusion that there are a lot of really not-so-good-looking tool company websites out there (frames? who the hell still uses frames?). Thankfully, the worst of the worst (Paslode) was recently redesigned. It turns out that RotoZip and Metabo also just got a makeover.
Of the two, the RotoZip redesign is the most drastic, and most beneficial. The old one consisted of a nondescript listing of tool model numbers (snore). The new one is much nicer and has a real polished feel to it. Way to go fellas.
The Metabo redesign looks more like an aesthetic pass than a total gut. Sort of like painting over the old wallpaper in the kitchen. Still, it looks a whole lot better.
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 3, 2010 1:29 PM