ControlDesign.com Gets New Website Look

A new year a new look! We've gone under the knife, the cyber knife that is. Our design team, programmers and editorial staff have been hard at work getting our site and all of our content ready for the major transformation.

This week we unveiled our new look and you could say we got a face lift, a few nips and tucks, and various "physical enhancements," but don't worry, we did not lose any of our informative, timeless and essential pieces.

On our new home page you will find two menu bars. The top black navigation bar houses six major areas of our site: Blogs, Products, Events, Presentations (on-demand video white papers), Resource  Library (white papers, machine automation essentials, technology reports, and on-demand presentations), and our Knowledge Centers.

The second menu bar, right below our site logo, displays seven industry topic areas we cover: Connections, Control, Design, Motion, Sensing, Safety & Security, and Displays. If you hover over any of these topic areas, you will discover we have a second tier further categorizing these areas. In them, you will find our most recent content covering each topic.

Our new footer can also help you navigate the site. It's your road map or what I like to call the "Dummies Guide" to the site.

We know that like every new technological device, our new enhancements require some getting used to, but we are confident that once you familiarize yourself with our new look you will be happy with its new functionalities and ease of use.

Yes, we did a "Renée Zellweger" on you, but just like Zellweger, under the new look we continue to serve the automation information needs of industrial machine builders and OEMs that build the machines that make industry work.