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CGSociety Unveils New Look

Leading online community for computer graphic artists unveils redesigned home page, refreshed features and news pages, and renewed passion.

Los Angeles, CA -- CGSociety, one of the leading online communities for computer graphic artists, has announced the launch of the new, redesigned version of its website: www.cgsociety.org.

Since the acquisition of CGSociety by The Art Society in February 2015, teams in both Los Angeles, California and Adelaide, Australia, have been planning and working tirelessly towards delivering phase one of the new website.

The new site has been designed to be visually compelling, with a focus on innovative design, and it has been built around the needs and preferences of CGSociety members. Key features include a dynamic and responsive design, a more engaging user experience and enhanced search and navigation. There is also the option to have an easily customizable homepage, which empowers users to choose what they want featured; either a gallery-centric experience or an editorial-focused one.

“We not only wanted to redesign the website and give it a fresh new look, we wanted to give our community choices,” said TAS co-founder and CGSociety general manager Diego Rojas. “We are more than just a gallery, we are a community.”

The CGSociety’s new “dual experience” provides “choices and a world of opportunities is what drives the redesigned website. The split concept on the homepage allows viewers to see more images and readers to see more news,” Rojas added. “What you want, what you prefer, that’s what you will get. Over the coming months, the international teams will continue to enhance the site and work towards fulfilling CGSociety’s mission to inspire, educate and employ digital artists.”

Since 2002, CGSociety has been the digital art industry’s home. They are dedicated to supporting artists at every level, by offering a range of services to connect, inform, educate, and promote, by celebrating achievement, excellence, and innovation. CGSociety has earned its position as the most respected and accessible global organization for creative digital artists.

Source: CGSociety

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.

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