COMMpla’s collaboration with MIDI Europe, an official ISUZU distributor in Europe, continues. They asked for the remodelling of the ISUZU web platform in order to emphasis the difference between Trucks and D-Max pickups.
For the launch of the new range of D-Max which includes models N60F, N60FF, N60B, and N60BB for the CREW cab, N60F, N60B, N60BB for the SPACE Cab, and N60B for the SINGLE cab, the individual pages of the models have been improved to give a complete overview of the vehicle and make the necessary information more accessible.
The new pages, other than having a more modern and attractive aesthetic, have been designed to give an overview of the particular characteristics of each model and to improve the user’s experience. The user is able to quickly and easily obtain detailed and updated information about the design, motor, performance, and equipment of each specific model.
Each user is also able to consult or download the catalogue and official price list for all available D-Max N60 accessories.
The responsive design which characterises the whole ISUZU web platform makes navigating it simple and intuitive with the site adapting itself automatically to the individual device on which it is being viewed.
The navigating experience has also been improved through some other new features. One of these are the illustrative images of the three available cabs beside the menu, as well as images of each individual model for each of these cabs. Another new feature in line with the latest standards in web design is a background video which makes the page more dynamic and interactive.
This restyling of the site has also made it quicker and easier to use the already existing services:
The members area has remained unchanged and continues to provide different services according to the type of user:
The final result is an intuitive website, full of useful information for owners, enthusiasts and potential buyers of ISUZU vehicles.
In the next few weeks, the same remodelling will be done on the ISUZU portals for France, Spain, Switzerland, and Slovenia.