New RTape Website Features Mobile Responsive Design

August 4, 2014

 RTape Corp. launched their new website optimized for compatibility with mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets. The new mobile friendly website represents RTape's commitment to providing the graphic communications professional with the most relevant and useful information.

 "We felt the need to make the RTape site responsive with a broader range of devices for our customers," says John Danio, Vice President of Marketing for Nekoosa Holdings, Inc. "By redesigning our website we greatly improved the viewing and search capabilities on a phone or tablet. Visitors no longer need to fool around with zooming and shrinking the copy and images on the screen. This online resource center allows us to share information, which can help customers do their jobs quicker, easier and more efficiently."

The new RTape website features an easy to use product finder, distributor look-up and search functionality for accessing technical product information, tips-and-tricks, blog posts and case studies.

These changes also complement RTape's new social media presence on Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. They recently posted five new technical videos:

Founded in 1980, RTape Corp., a division of Nekoosa Holdings, Inc. manufactures a wide range of products for the sign, screen print and digital printing markets, which include Conform® series application tapes and screen print premasks, DigiMask® surface protection masking for digital prints, Eclypse® overlaminating films, ProGrade paint mask, Claritex® printable polycarbonate films, and VinylEfx® embossed metalized vinyl films.






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