Media Bulletin

Future launches Creative Bloq

By Staff

26th June 2012

Category: Trade

Future, the special interest media group is to launch a creative website – Creative Bloq.

Launching this week, Creative Bloq is targeted at an audience with a broad interest in design; including creative professionals and enthusiasts as well as people who may not consider themselves as ‘designers’ but who face specific creative challenges at home or work.

The website will provide daily content to inform, inspire and entertain, solve problems, connect with like-minded people and access the best creative content on the web.

It brings together Future’s portfolio of design websites – including Computer Arts, .net and 3D World – into a single creative network offering advertisers the ability to target a broad creative audience or target specific creative disciplines.

A wide range of creative subjects will be covered including graphic design, web design, 3D, digital art, photo editing and inspiration. However, its editorial strategy – focused around search, social referral and goal-oriented visitors – means that content will be influenced and informed by what the creative community is looking for and talking about.

Produced in Future’s Bath-based offices, Creative Bloq will be edited by Future veteran Dan Oliver, previously editor-in-chief of specialist web design magazine .net, with an in-house team of five people and a host of international contributors.

Creative Bloq is live now at www.creativebloq.com.

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