Moncur - Lear Corporation

The Moncur team is incredibly proud to announce the launch of Lear.com, a new website for Lear Corporation, a leading global supplier of automotive seating and electrical systems.

Moncur designed and developed Lear’s new website, which mixes bold visual aesthetics with fully-responsive, user-friendly technology. The site was created to showcase Lear’s unique brand of global leadership and innovation in the auto industry, to engage existing and potential customers and investors with their cutting-edge products and capabilities, and to bolster recruitment efforts for their 240 locations in 35 countries worldwide.

“Moncur worked closely with Lear’s internal team to ensure that our finished website would accurately represent the Lear brand online,” said Moncur Creative Director Kim Oermann. “We focused on identifying and understanding the unique challenges Lear faced as a global Fortune 500 company. We needed to figure out how to convey some very complex messages to the company’s very diverse online audience.”

The new Lear.com is fully-functional on all modern devices and offers an improved user experience. Dynamic site features include an interactive product showroom, revolving corporate news and community stories from around the world, and investor data that is updated and displayed in real-time. Other site highlights include areas that showcase Lear’s commitment to environmental sustainability and community service, and a robust careers section. Lastly, the Moncur CMS (Content Management System) platform will make it easy for Lear to update and manage all content throughout the site.

“Ultimately, our team’s mission was to communicate Lear’s core values and business goals in an engaging, purposeful way,” said David Moncur, CEO and founder of Moncur. “The Lear brand is innovative and forward-thinking. Our talented designers and developers helped bring that vision to life with a website that can help support Lear as they drive even further into a successful future.”

Experience the all new Lear.com

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