For Immediate Release
FabricLink Network Announces The Technical Center Redesigned Website for 2017
Tarzana, CA. (February 2, 2017) – The FabricLink Network announces the re-launch of its trade-to-trade networking website, TheTechnicalCenter.com (TTC). The new design provides broader content, enhanced networking, and user-friendly access for ALL devices.
New Look and Content
The focus is still on Networking and Product Development. The new design has more features to assist and inspire product developers and designers. The enhanced website has a new “Cutting Edge” feature for Software / Design & Manufacturing Equipment, which provides new solutions for all supply chain sectors within the textile and apparel industry.
New Index “INTERACTIVE FABRIC SEARCH INDEX”
The centerpiece of the redesigned TTC is the Interactive Fabric Search Index, which is the first of its kind on the Internet. This Index gives product developers and designers the ability to search for fabrics by selecting Fabric Type / Construction and up to five Specific Properties needed for each selected fabric search.
- “Eco icon” identifies Sustainable Products within all our Searchable Indexes.
- “American flag icon” identifies “Made In USA” products within all Searchable Indexes.
- “Curated News” focuses on new technologies and developments focused towards specific industry segments, accessible through multiple targeted “News & Views” links, located on TTC homepage, as well as on other Product Pages throughout TTC website.
“Keep It Simple” Design
The FabricLink Network’s goal for the new TTC is to “keep it simple” and easy to use, categorized content pertinent to specific specialty fabric markets. The new website is designed to allow users to quickly find new ideas and solutions, and get inspired.
Please visit our redesigned TTC website, we’re sure you will enjoy the experience.
About the FabricLink Network - TTC
FabricLink.com and TheTechnicalCenter.com are online textile resources, which make up the FabricLink Network. FabricLink.com (trade-to-consumer) and TheTechnicalCenter.com (trade-to-trade) provide information about new products and marketing opportunities for specialty fabrics, and textile-based products and services. The two sites offer valuable educational content and technical information, fabric descriptions, usage and care, networking contacts, and updates on innovations. The Searchable Indexes make the FabricLink Network websites the go-to resource for textile developers, designers, and researchers. In addition, the Network offers effective platforms for all companies to reach both businesses within the supply chain and the consumer. "Like" FabricLink on Facebook or visit Fabriclink.com to learn more about all types of fabrics.