We’re excited to announce that Acro Display’s new and refreshed website is live. As our business continues to grow, we knew a more streamlined approach to sharing our stories and fixture display solutions was in order. The updated site includes changes in navigation for ease and clarity, with dropdown menus for both desktop and mobile iterations. We’ve also improved the structure of our content, refining information for concise digestion. There’s a whole host of smaller but noticeably impactful design changes to make your Acro Display web visit that much better. We plan to continuously update the site, with the hope that you find it to be a useful tool.
The new website features a solutions dropdown – dedicated to sharing our expertise in backroom storage, cashwraps, point-of-purchase and more. We’ve also developed an Our Work page, reflecting on previous partnerships for specific Acro Display deliverables. These case studies highlight exciting projects with retail display companies like Macy's, Century 21 and Lindt. The Services page offers a detailed breakdown of our design, engineering and production prowess. Acro Display's About page is still available and only a single click away, but contains core-company values including our family-owned history, continuous steps towards being green and our team's shared industry experience!
We’ve also compiled a plethora of images, client quotes, graphics and inquiry forms to get you the information you need as quickly as you want it. We hope you like the changes, but if you have any feedback - please contact us.
Since our start in 1982, Acro Display knew adapting to the Information Age was inevitable. We have always looked to embrace newer technologies to optimize our operation, assuring we share these ideas with both new and existing clients. We wish to thank our customers for their business and industry trust over the years. Acro looks forward to developing new relationships with new website visitors.
With 330+ years of combined industry experience, we’re proving that you can teach this old dog some new technology tricks.