Aphex Launches New Website

Fully revamped site is designed to create a more informative and accessible user experience      22/11/10
Aphex Launches New Website


Aphex has launched a new and completely redesigned website. They tell us that the new site has been fully revamped, incorporating modern graphics and streamlined navigation to create a more informative and accessible user experience. Here's more details direct from the Aphex press release...
The newly updated Aphex website provides easy and quick access to product information and specifications, support resources, US and international dealer listings, as well as information on the company and its expanding partners network.
The site also features a Current News section to help visitors stay up to date with the latest in user stories, new product releases, personnel announcements and other Aphex-related happenings. News is also available via links to RSS feed, FaceBook and Twitter.
"The new Aphex website is the product of months of intensive planning and design," remarks Aphex CEO David Wiener. "We've listened to suggestions from a wide range of end users and professionals, and incorporated many of their ideas into the design of this new site."
"Updating the website has been an important priority for us,"
added Rick McClendon, Aphex General Manager. "The old site had been the product of many years of piecemeal updates, and had become cumbersome and challenging to navigate. Our goal was to create a new site that would reflect the spirit and enthusiasm of the new Aphex, and I believe we've accomplished that." The website's content will be continually expanded and updated in coming months, with the introduction of new products and partnerships, expanded informational resources, news and user profiles.
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