SOURCE: eEuroparts

eEuroparts

October 08, 2014 07:00 ET

eEuroparts.com® Announces New Interactive Diagram Interface for Easier and More Interactive Parts Shopping

WINDSOR, CT--(Marketwired - Oct 8, 2014) - eEuroparts.com®, a leading European auto parts retailer, announced the launch of their website's new interactive diagram interface today. Each interactive diagram will allow users to visually browse for parts by manipulating the diagram, highlighting one or more components, and selecting parts from a filtered list that is positioned to the right of the diagram. Each diagram is year, make, model, and even sub-model specific; meaning the images with which the user interacts will be unique to their car, ensuring 100% accuracy.

The diagrams are divided by part category. For example, this diagram depicts the brakes on a 2002 SAAB 9-5 Aero. The diagram can be zoomed in and out and moved up, down, left, and right. Parts currently available are shaded light blue, and the parts depicted within the diagram are listed to the right. When a user clicks an individual part on the diagram, the part turns dark blue and the list filters to display only versions of that specific part. Any number of parts can be selected at one time, and parts can be added directly to a user's cart from the diagram page or investigated further on part-detail pages.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, these diagrams are worth a thousand and one. eEuroparts.com® president and CEO Matt Moran emphasized that, "being able to see how parts fit together is invaluable." Moran, the lead-developer on the technology, knows eEuroparts.com®'s enhanced diagrams will set their website apart from the competition. "Not only can you easily identify the item you're looking for, you can also see other parts around it. Do I need that O-ring to finish the job? A hose? These interactive diagrams will show you all of that and get the part into your shopping cart in two clicks."

eEuroparts.com® plans on adding hundreds of interactive diagrams for dozens of makes and model combinations over the next year as well as seek a patent on their industry-first interface and technology. The website currently has well over one hundred standard diagrams. These traditional diagrams will be converted to interactive versions, with entirely new interactive diagrams coming shortly thereafter.

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For more information on these diagrams, visit: http://www.eeuroparts.com/blog/articles/1721/announcing-new-interactive-diagrams/

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