Tower ad- Aug – Sept 2019
Tower ad- Aug – Sept 2019

Check out our new-look Trenchless International website!

Trenchless International has relaunched its website with a fresh new look to cater the increased online engagement from readers in the global trenchless industry.

The fortnightly e-newsletter will also be launching soon, which has been given a design overhaul, including a clean look and layout, better navigation, and responsive design in line with an increasing readership across different devices.

The new website and e-newsletter will ensure that readers can access the latest news and analysis in the global trenchless industry quickly and easily on any device.

Experience

The site has been designed to provide a better reading experience, with the introduction of a simpler, cleaner visual design and enhanced navigation.

More content is viewable on the home page, navigation has been streamlined and it has been made easier to find the articles of interest by introducing a category menu bar. Clicking on any of these categories will bring up additional sub-categories for those who have a specific interest in one area of the industry, one particular Trenchless Technology type, or activity in one particular region of the globe.

The fortnightly e-newsletter has also been redesigned to allow for additional content, including featured tweets, recommended articles and more news.

Responsive across devices

There has been a significant increase in the number of readers using mobile devices and tablets to access the Trenchless International website and e-newsletter and the new responsive design is all about making it easy to access this information anywhere, anytime.

Speed and reliability

The new website has been optimised to improve download efficiency, which will mean it’s faster and more reliable.

Continuous improvement

These are just the first steps to ensure that the Trenchless International site and e-newsletter continues to meet the ever-evolving needs of its online audience. A second phase of improvements is already in development, including enhanced photo and video galleries and the ability to bookmark favourite articles for later reading.

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