H&H Creations of Custom Embroidery Launches New Responsive Website

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

H&H Creations of Custom Embroidery is very pleased to announce the launch of their new and improved website.

After 20 years in the corporate sector, H&H Creations of Custom Embroidery is a labor of love for owner Hannelore Frederick. "With H&H I am doing something I truly enjoy, and I want it to be the very best it can be. I love what we create and I want my customers to have the best possible experience with my company.  For me, this means balancing a creative, high quality product with a professional business experience."

This is exactly the message Ms. Frederick set out to convey in her new website.  Working with Headline Media, a veteran web design firm based in Los Angeles, Ms. Frederick was aiming to fine-tune the design and functionality of H&H Creations of Custom Embroidery's website to fully meet the needs of her loyal, as well as new, clients. 

"I am so happy with the way it has turned out.  The Headline Media team has implemented a comprehensive set of modern features that make our site faster, more responsive and modern . These improvements in the interface enhance the experience for our customers," Ms. Frederick said. 

Additionally, the H&H Creations of Custom Embroidery website has been adapted for mobile use, making a visit to the website an experience customers can enjoy from their portable devices as well as their large-screen desktops.

"This means that custom embroidery orders can be placed while sitting in the bleachers of a baseball game," laughed Frederick.

H&H Creations of Custom Embroidery is always looking for ways to improve its customer experience. 

If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact Hannelore Frederick directly at

(866) 200-3313 or hannelore@hhembroidery.com

 



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