Accept my early apologies; but it was a slight challenge deciding the right point at which to release this article.
That being said, we’re excited at Debunc to announce the launch of the new SteelBook.com website. You may remember our longstanding client approached us a few months back to work on the revamped digital experience for their consumer facing website.
The Steelbook Universe
The last few months have been some of the best I’ve observed at Debunc. Creativity has flowed freely around the office, and the engagements we had with the Steelbook team really allowed the final product to stand out.
An inclusive process, it was agreed across the board that we wanted an end user experience which:
- spoke to the cool, creative brand values that Steelbook is renowned for
- allowed for simple e-Commerce links to be integrated based on the visitor’s location
- set a standard in the industry – making this the ‘true home’ of Steelbook related information
It's great when a client like SteelBook looks for new ways to make waves in their industry. A backwards steps is often a direct result of complacency - this certainly wasn't the case here! This attitude mirrors our own at Debunc, so we rose to the challenge of improving creative and code across the board.Simeon Stanford, Commercial Director @ Debunc
A feature set to die for
SteelBook’s new website has really built on the solid foundation we started about 5 years ago, and we’ve raised the bar again. Features on the site include:
- Search engine optimisation at the template level
- A new and enhanced mobile experience
- Rich filters on catalogue pages
- A market leading design for releases
All in all, we’re proud of the end result and we’re sure you will be too!
You can engross yourselves in the new SteelBook site by clicking here. And, if you’d like an agency perspective on the features we delivered, you can check out the case study over at http://debunc.com/our-work/steelbook.
Or, why not consider getting your hands on a SteelBook of your favourite movie? These “bad boys” won’t break the bank (like the $2m exquisitely packaged “Once upon a time in Shaolin” album to which there is only one owner and listener to date!). It’ll make the perfect addition to your movie collection and great for a cinematic experience with friends.