Your own kiosk in the world wide web with your own design.
You have the total freedom to design your WEBKiosk to your preferences. Adapt the layout, logo, colors, typography and content of your kiosk. Every WEBKiosk can have its own completely independent design.
And best of all: You don't need any technical skills. By using the drag&drop-editor the creation of a kiosk is like a child's play.
WEBKiosk – explained fast and simple
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Call attention to yourself. With your WEBKiosk.
Your magazines and catalogs don't disappear in recycle bins of users, instead your publications are available live and all the time.
Link directly to your WEBKiosk from your social media platforms and your website. Also your business partners can link to your WEBKiosk and offer customers the latest issues and offers.
CSS features of the WEBKiosk
With just a few simple clicks you adjust color settings. Your WEBKiosk will match with your corporate design. Define colors for backgrounds, texts and headlines, buttons and further more elements.
Additional you've the opportunity to enter color and CSS settings via code and write your own CSS.
Content elements of the WEBKiosk
Some examples how user use their WEBKiosks:
The airport Berlin Brandenburg GmbH is responsible for the airports Schönefeld and Tegel in Berlin. The company presents its brochures and business reports on their own WEBKiosk. Customers and business partners get insights into recent developments and the most important business fields.
The swiss company Pfister stands for passion and joy of living. As successful furniture and furnishing retailer Pfister offers furnitures in best quality to feel comfortable. Pfister uses the WEBKiosk to present the latest catalogs in a professional way.
The transport companie KRONE is well known all over Europe and stands for excellent quality and mature concepts and solutions. Sustainability is an obligation and not just a promise. KRONE has different brochures which are presented as collections in their WEBKiosk.