Alesis Launch New Website

Improved user interface and new features including instructional videos      06/03/08
Alesis Launch New Website

Alesis have been in touch to tell us that they have re-launched The new Web site features news stories, all-new instructional videos and a greatly improved interface.
Most prominent on the list of enhancements to Alesis’ Web site is a completely redesigned interface. Users can create an online account to manage their Alesis experience. Products can now be found easier than ever, thanks to the inclusion of product-specific pages that contain all the details, features, videos, FAQs and support for that product.
An events calendar is now on the Web site, to showcase where Alesis products can be seen in action. In addition, an improved news section includes examples of Alesis in the news and current press releases. Product reviews are also available for those considering the purchase of Alesis gear.
Alesis tell us that the support feature makes finding information on their products a snap, by using a simple navigation tree to locate products by category, then model. Once a product is selected, images, documents and downloads, tech specs, FAQs, key features, videos and an overview provide all the information needed.
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    Robbie    Said...

    Oh yay. I've been eagerly awaiting a way to "manage my Alesis experience." Maybe Alesis will find a way to manage their own experience, resulting in some more interesting products.

    06-Mar-08 11:47 PM

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