The Mitchell Group launches new “all-device-friendly,” website for customers and design professionals

April 7, 2017

Now all devices can access The Mitchell Group websitewww.mitchellfauxleathers.com, with the launch of the company’s new “all device friendly” site.

The Mitchell Group is a leading converter of coated fabrics.

In making the announcement, today, Jim Blesius, director of marketing, said the websitewent through a complete responsive redesign optimizing it for all devices.

“We recognize that our customers appreciate the ability to access advanced information technologies online,” Blesius said. “The enhancements will insure a superior user experience, regardless of the device they use to access the website,” Blesius said.

Customers and design pros clicking on Mitchell’s website will now find a cleaner and more attractive design, an enhanced search, easier navigation, and an overall more engaging user experience. Moreover, the website features an easy-to-use, intuitive navigation built to accommodate the division of product lines to commercial and residential products.

Additional features include:

- Faux Leather Viewpoint Articles

- Product Search Capability

- Detailed Product Descriptions and Specification

For more information, visit www.mitchellfauxleathers.com

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