Redesigned website, 10 Times Better Performance, Increased Functionality and Improved Navigation
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 29 Sept. 2011 – Depositphotos, the fastest-growing stock photo agency in the world, released a major website update.
Depositphotos’ new website design is modern and attractive, and is created to satisfy customer’s needs and simplify the process of finding and purchasing the appropriate high-quality images.
Search functionality has been extended. Every word from an image title is used to determine image ranking in the search results. The search bar was updated with an easy-to-use filter on the type of image being searched.
The new layout is designed to fit the dimensions of any browsing device. Best fit starts from 1024×768, and higher resolutions are unlimited.
Every image size received its own file type description and separate download button. It has never been easier to purchase any image you need – just one click is required.
Image buyers and image sellers received updated dashboards. The contributor’s interface has been revised and now all basic image information (title, description, keywords, categories, etc.) is available from the files dashboard, and batch operation of file functions are expanded.
The website core has been updated. Customers will receive better navigation and more relevant search results at 10 times faster speeds.
“Depositphotos’ website update is designed to simplify clients’ efforts in finding the images they need. We are open to all feedback, and will constantly continue to improve our service,” says Igor Kalyuzhny, Head of Depositphotos’ departments in Eastern and Western Europe.
About Depositphotos Inc.
Depositphotos is the fastest growing stock photo agency in the world. Presently it offers over 4 million stock photographs and vector images sold under royalty-free licenses. The stock photo library is increased daily by thousands of images, carefully checked and selected by moderators. The company is headquartered in Florida, USA, and has business offices in Germany, Great Britain and Russia.