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INDUSTRY UPDATE GOES ANYWHERE

17-05-2017
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You can now access the latest news, views, products and articles from Industry Update anywhere – and not just on paper.

The Industry Update website has undergone a radical change beneath the surface, and is now fully mobile responsive.

Anyone accessing the site using any mobile device from a smartphone to a tablet and any browser will automatically be redirected to the new mobile site.

The mobile version retains the look and feel of the full desktop site, but has a single-column format that makes it easy to read on even the smallest smartphone screen.

Navigation is also simplified, with fast scrolling and large easy-to-use buttons providing easy access to all the functionality of the full website.

According to Industry Update Publisher, Scott Filby: “It has taken a while for the right technology to become available, but we believe that this is the best way to take industryupdate.com.au into the mobile media sphere. Unlike sites that require constant zooming in and out to access content, our new mobile presence is easy to read – whatever the size of your screen.”

Industry Update continues to expand its multiple media offerings for Australian manufacturing industry, with the new mobile responsive website joining the industry’s best read bimonthly magazine and soon to be enhanced with the launch of Industry Update Video.

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