iDigic Announces Its Brand New Look

Experts in social media, iDigic, announces new look branding and website giving their clients even better usability.

March 15, 2019 / / —

iDigic, experts in The Social Media Industry and a leading provider of a wide range of Instagram services announced a complete redesign of their website and its theme. In their ongoing quest for providing the end-user with quality services and better usability, the redesign brings with it some excellent features like better layouts, improved color palette and much easier data abstraction for the reader.

The new design employs innumerable cutting edge technologies to provide a richer user experience. Customers can now find the most popular services as soon as the home page loads.

“We think that it is really important for the social media users to find exactly what they want in as little time as possible.” said iDigic Spokesperson.

The website now not only wears a new look and style but is loaded with several custom functionalities for thoroughly improving performance. Some of the most noteworthy features are those that save time and streamline the process.
Amplified Mobile Responsiveness
The website redesign focuses on loading quickly on any platform and mobile device so you waste less time staring at a blank screen. The responsive design also means that users can find the information more intuitively according to their device.
Improved Content Readability
Users can now find what they are looking for quickly and easily with the new and improved website. Social media can be a minefield of nonsense terminology but iDigic believes that clarity is key to understanding.
Creative Website Layout
The layouts have been revised so details of different packages are much more accessible to the end user. Price bands and any different features within the packages are clearly laid out for easy comparison.
Easier Checkout Process
The checkout process now is faster and more secure than before. Visitors can choose which packages they want and pay without any confusion or delay.
About iDigic

iDigic is a website that offers services for Instagram users to enhance their Instagram accounts when it comes to followers, likes, and video views. Instagram has become one of the biggest platforms for brands showcasing their products and services.

If you are looking for improved business numbers through social media, then the experts at iDigic can help. Better engagement and conversion ratios for your brand are within arm’s reach!

Contact Info:
Name: iDigic
Organization: iDigic
Website: https://www.idigic.net/%20

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Release ID: 492726

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