Móz Launches New Website

April 20, 2015

"Interactive theatre" showcases metal collections, high-profile projects, and quick ship program

Móz Designs launches a new visually dynamic website, an “interactive theatre” showcasing the company’s versatile metal product lines, high-profile projects, and innovative Quick Ship program. The site’s debut coincides with the company’s 25-year anniversary and can be seen at www.mozdesigns.com.

Created as an easy-to-navigate resource for architects, designers, and project principals, the photo-rich site shows off the company’s lustrous metal collections, including Graphix, Engravings, Gradients, Classic, and Blendz, along with Móz ETA (easy-to-assemble) products and expanding custom options.

With quick click-and-view access, visitors can visually specify a Móz product by selecting the material, grain, color, pattern and finish. Stunning, on-screen visual presentations bring each design option to life, saving specifiers hours of time.

The website also introduces the new Móz Quick Ship program in which metals sheets and artwork can be ordered online and shipped within a week or less.

The site additionally offers a library of downloadable product brochures, specification sheets, and videos, which describe the product lines and offer behind-the-scenes tours of the manufacturing process. Updated sections on Móz promotional activities links viewers to the company’s trade show schedule and media coverage.

"Our new website helps architects and designers save hours of time by making it easy to view entire product lines and multiple design options available,” says Tripp Sandford, executive vice president at Móz. “The site demonstrates the exceptional versatility of Móz products and helps ignite creative thinking with thousands of viewable options in an easy click-and-view format,” he said.

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