Extreme Makeover: WINDOW FILM Website Boasts New Look, Improved
news constantly unfolds in the window film industry, WINDOW
FILM magazine strives to deliver this information in every way
possible. In 2008, we expanded our Focus on Film e-newsletter to
a weekly format. This electronic publication complements our bi-monthly
print publication by providing a more rapid delivery system for ongoing
news. Also in 2008, we introduced a special section on our website called
The Studio. This interactive page allows users access to a catalogue
of recent video news on an ongoing basis.
Now, it is our distinct pleasure to announce a new development that encompasses
all of these elements, and more, in a brand new format: the new
and improved windowfilmmag.com site!
Though we have long offered news content, the magazine's archive, video,
an ongoing industry events calendar and much, much more, our new site
is designed to deliver all of this same great content, plus more of what
you're looking for, including feature stories, up-to-the-minute news stories
"In recent years, and with the development of web 2.0, the Internet
represents a goldmine opportunity for those of us in the publishing industry,"
comments WINDOW FILM's editor, Drew Vass. "Every
move we have made recently, involving the web, has received tremendous
feedback and support, so we felt it was high time for our website to reflect
these opportunities. We also wanted to employ some of the same design
elements carefully built into our print publication, with our website.
Overall, the new design will prove a better experience for our readers,
and we hope that they will come to rely on it, just as they do our other
products, for news and information."
Key Communications, WINDOW FILM's parent company,
owns such publications as Door and Window Manufacturer and Shelter magazines,
which have already made the move to a new design.
"Web users of those websites love the new design and format,"
says Tara Taffera, Key Communications' director of editorial services.
"The new format allows users to post comments on individual stories
which spurs communication among those in the industry. I'm sure WINDOW
FILM users will enjoy the new format as well."
Don't take our word for it. See for yourself, by visiting: www.windowfilmmag.com.
And while you're at it, set your bookmark, because those in the window
film industry will no doubt want to check back to this site on a regular
basis to ensure that they're up on all of the latest.