TecnoRib has completely updated its website and a new platform
Wednesday, March 3, 2021 1:20 PM
TecnoRib has completely updated its website and designed a new platform with a simple and functional layout. It features a section dedicated to the history of the shipyard with striking black and white photos, together with other sections full of information on models, dealers, and service centers.
TecnoRib, the licensee of the PIRELLI brand for inflatable boats, launches today its new website with an unprecedented user-friendly platform, which features refined shades of yellow and a play on contrasting white and black. The new site marks another decisive step for the company led by Gianni De Bonis, as it moves towards a broader renewal that is not solely limited to its range of tenders and speedboats.
The about us section illustrates the history of the shipyard through evocative black and white photos, while other sections show the different models of the shipyard (collections) with descriptions, technical characteristics, performance information, and images. Also present is the dealers and services area, with the list of dealers and service centers, and news & events, which provides a list of boat shows and events attended by TecnoRib. The press section offers a selection of the most significant articles on the company from all over the world, while the download area provides various types of material on all products for download.
Similar to that previous, this platform was conceived from a mobile-friendly perspective, and is fully responsive and optimised for browsing from all tablets and mobile devices, with adequate content and resources that can load even with low connectivity. The simple and functional architecture offers an optimised user experience and features a wide range of images and videos with a high emotional impact.
Gianni De Bonis, managing director of TecnoRib, stated, “I think it is important to rethink one's image and re-create oneself, especially in a historical moment in which the digital world has an increasingly predominant role. This restyling is part of a broader process of changes, the results of which we will share with you soon”.