July 21, 2011 in Web Design (F)
[prMac.com] Halifax, Canada - Can Stock Photo today is pleased to announced several major upgrades designed to make the stock photography website more user-friendly, and to make finding stock photos faster and easier. The most apparent change at Can Stock Photo is the new website design. The page layout and design has been completely revamped, featuring a new logo, navigation links, front page, and search box. This marks the first major site redesign for the stock photography company in the past several years.
The second major component of Can Stock Photo's upgrades is it's new search engine. The new search engine features technology that enables Can Stock Photo to return stock photo searches in milliseconds to its customers. This is a significant advancement, considering other similar search engines take over 5 seconds to load each search page. "We believe this may be the fastest stock photo search engine available anywhere" said Can Stock Photo's General Manager, Duncan Enman.
Building on the fast search technology implemented in Can Stock Photo's search engine, the company borrowed a page from Google's playbook and implemented an instant search feature. Customers searching for stock photos are now able to refine their search and see instant updates to their image results. The goal of this feature is to further save customer's time by eliminating the page load time often associated with refining each search criteria when browsing stock photos.
Can Stock Photo hopes that by focusing on speed and by making searching for stock photos faster, they will have more satisfied customers who can save a few minutes a day when searching for stock photography.
Can Stock Photo is a royalty free stock photography agency which was founded in 2004 out of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The company offers nearly 5 million stock photos, illustrations, and video clips. The company has over 5,000 photographers around the world, and adds nearly 10,000 stock photos per day. Copyright (C) 2011 Can Stock Photo, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.