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SOURCE Keep Your Cooler
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Keep Your Cooler.com, the leading retailer of insulated cooler bags has launched their new redesigned website.
This new innovative design welcomes visitors with bold colors and a clear, uncluttered design. The redesign is based on feedback from customers – basically providing simpler and faster navigation and easier to find customer favorites.
"We redesigned with our customers in mind. We believe that it now provides an easier and more satisfying user experience," says Sofia R., Sales Manager of Keep Your Cooler "We wanted to make sure that our customer's favorite products stood out and made it as easy as possible for them to find what they are looking for. It's updated and user-friendly, which is very important. Basically, fewer clicks to find what you are looking for. Since our grand opening 10 years ago (est. in 2004), we wanted to revamp and simplify our website without losing the professional yet stylish feel."
While the website has been totally revamped, certain changes stand out. The products are easier to find, separated by design and category, price range, best sellers, exclusives items and corporate purchases.
In addition, articles on how to pack and maintain your coolers, food blogs, travel tips and FAQ's are more prominent and are updated frequently.
About Keep Your Cooler.com
Keep Your Cooler has been dedicated to bringing you the most innovative and coolest insulated cooler bags since 2004. A great selection of bags that can be used for multiple purposes. Exclusive products and many articles on how to pack your cooler. Located in sunny California.
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