West Palm Beach, Florida (October 19, 2016) Mediasophia, is pleased to announce the launch of a new website for the Historical Society of Palm Beach County. The project consisted of a new brand and color scheme, a customized shopping cart, a custom events calendar and many other features for the mobile-friendly website.
The Historical Society is one of the oldest and most important cultural institutions in South Florida. It’s mix of an artistic and educational mission provides are residents with powerful and evocative exhibitions, lectures, and many other programs that preserve and promote the history of South Florida.
Mediasophia President George Magalios comments about this new project:
“We are thrilled to deliver this expansive and intricate website and to be chosen as the design firm for this important project. Museums are now relying on building an online presence interactively with their constituents more than ever. The Historical Society website has been a significant work from the ground up that enhances the cultural life of Palm Beach County’s residents and brings this important institution up to speed with regards to the importance of a smartphone and tablet-friendly web presence.”
The website includes a variety of custom image graphics, full-width slideshows and an intricate collection of photographs from the Museum’s collection. Visitors to the site can now purchase tickets to events and learn more about new exhibitions.
Mediasophia is an emerging leader in web design and online marketing for cultural institutions such as art galleries and museums. The company’s dedicated team of designers and writers work closely with the visual arts and cultural spheres of influence to provide institutions with the latest technologies that enhance their online presence and contribute to their growing numbers of visitors.
For more information visit the Historical Society of Palm Beach County’s official new website at hspbc.org. For more information about Mediasophia and its Museums division visit mediasophia.com/museums. To view the Mediasophia overview of the Historical Society Museum project visit the Mediasophia portfolio.