02.2010 | Prescott, AZ
Overland Journal Launches New Website
The new site’s clean lines and overall simplicity allow for more information to be presented with an emphasis on content.
Overland Journal, the publication for environmentally responsible worldwide vehicle-supported expedition and adventure travel has published its new, redesigned Web site, www.overlandjournal.com.
Overland Journal has launched a new Web site. Increased site traffic fueled by the growing interest in overlanding prompted Overland Journal to completely overhaul and redesign its old site. With three years of back issues available, logoed merchandise, growing blog activity, updated research and the new premium retailer program the publication was outgrowing its old site.
"We have so much to share now, says Designer Stephanie Brady, with new projects and upcoming issues we wanted to develop a simple and elegant site that will be efficient and informative for visitors while providing room to grow with the publication"
The new site’s clean lines and overall simplicity allow for more information to be presented with an emphasis on content, such as stories from around the world and stunning photography, with little distraction. In addition the new site serves as a hub of overlanding information complete with a resource directory including information on organizations, online forums, training, equipment retailers and overland related blogs.
ABOUT OVERLAND JOURNAL
Started in 2007, Overland Journal is an archive quality, journal format publication dedicated to expedition travel and exploration in North America and around the world. Published five times per year with a circulation of 10,000 copies and an international audience, Overland Journal features 128 pages of expedition vehicles, travel stories, equipment reviews, conservation and industry news and breathtaking photography. Overland Journal is setting new standards in adventure travel journalism. Learn more about Overland Journal
Contact Ray Hyland, Director of PR and Marketing, at (928) 777-8567 or for more information.
Screenshot of the new Overland Journal home page