Posts on Jan 1970

PANORAMA Magazine’s new website

In January, PANORAMA – a Polish magazine that have been published on British market since 2007, launched a new lifestyle website – New Panorama’s website features extended versions of the articles published in the paper version, and aims at being highly interactive.

The first version of the magazine’s website was created in 2009, however it have not undergone any changes until this year. The main focus of the newly rebuilt website is to present more content and to engage the users. At the same time, Panorama readers still will be able to access magazine’s back e-issues via the website.

At one moment we thought that each week there is much valuable content that we could easily fill twice as many pages than we do now. The internet was an obvious solution for this problem. New will feature all the extra materials that could not be fitted into the printed version, but could still be extremely interesting and worth sharing with our readers – says PANORAMA’s editor-in-chief – Anna Marszałek.

One thing that instantly draws attention to the website is its visual side – each article is illustrated with a number of photos, with video materials to come soon. Further editorial plans are connected with launching collaboration with bloggers.

Zetha Media’s new logo and corporate website

Zetha Media – the biggest Polish media publisher in the United Kingdom started year 2015 with the change of the visual appearance. Media Group had its logo and corporate website freshen up.

„We are in the state of constant development. Currently, we are putting the emphasis on new web and mobile technologies. Our old look was not in sync with the dynamics of this development. The new logo and website is a New Year’s present for our partners and contractors. We want to go out there and show everybody who we are and what we do” – says Zetha Media’s managing director Agnieszka Moryc.

Unlike when the brand was created, during the re-branding Zetha Media decided to go with Polish specialists. The author of the freshen up logo is Łukasz Szynczewski, and the website was created by Time Studio interactive agency.

„We could not be happier with the cooperation with Polish creators. We are want to show our British clients that Poles are extremely talented in many fields” – adds Agniszka Moryc.