Our sister publication has gotten a new look!
In 2019, AY About You magazine’s website got a revamp, and it was time for Arkansas Money & Politics to get the full treatment, as well. AMP has introduced a new, streamlined look for both its print and online products.
The print magazine will feature a new design, incorporating a brand-new logo and layout. The new cover layout, which in March features Walmart SVP Andrea Albright and Bentonville Chamber President and CEO Graham Cobb, is a dynamic look designed to engage readers and celebrate business and politics in Arkansas.
March’s issue features AMP’s signature blend of business, political and healthcare coverage as always. This month, readers can enjoy reading about the expansion of biking in Arkansas, fintech entrepreneurs, technical colleges, workforce development, the future of the Arkansas Democratic Party, credit unions and more.
According to AY and AMP Publisher Heather Baker, the new magazine and web design is a critical aspect of the way in which AMP can deliver news and tell the important stories that matter to Arkansas citizens.
“The way we tell stories matters. We take pride in knowing our customer, product and delivery of the best business news content in Arkansas. For a state with a little more than three million people and some of the largest companies in the world, Arkansas needs a Forbes-like magazine designed for promoting its industry, business and political leaders,” Baker says. “My job is my passion and making this business product the best is what’s important to me.”
Readers can easily navigate AMP’s main categories of news and profiles, whether they are looking for business features, political articles or the latest breaking news. The site was designed by Josh Throne with Craft SEO.
We look forward to hearing your feedback about the new look.
Launched March 11, the new website also sports the magazine’s new logo and overall look established in the latest print edition of AMP, in addition to providing a more user-friendly online experience for readers.
“The new site reflects our revamped new look, and we hope AMP readers find it not only more user-friendly but more aesthetically pleasing,” editor Mark Carter says.