Job Shop Web Site Examples
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then maybe these Web sites serving manufacturers will inspire you with ideas for your business' site.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then maybe these Web sites serving manufacturers will inspire you with ideas for your business' site:
Advanced Machining Corporation (www.admacor.com): This site is fairly simple, design-wise. Enter the capabilities area of the site and select a process (milling, turning, and so on) and any of the parts on these process pages, and find a swell utility that allows the visitor to view parts and products produced by the related process. Further, AMC presents descriptive information about the part you're viewing. This focuses visitors on capabilities and solutions, rather than the machinery that made them.
Tech Tool & Mold Products (www.ttmp.com): Notice the use of space on the home page—not graphically speaking, but in the way it conveys so much in a reasonably small space. We haven't found many other shop sites that do as good of a job balancing home page design and content as TTMP has. Also, the "Tech In The News" page is used creatively to educate prospects about the company's strengths by including new equipment additions, business awards and achievements (such as ISO), and even the company's commitment to lean manufacturing.
Precision Products, Inc. (www.prec-prod.com): This site represents its many disciplines effectively and simply. The contract manufacturing sections (precision machining and tooling) show off its shop chops, while other sections focus on the company's roles as a supplier of product lines and rebuild services for presses. Its competencies as a powdered metals expert also comprise a separate section. This site is a fine example of an effective sales and marketing tool for a multi-disciplined manufacturer.