Access All Areas unveils redesign and new direction

Access All Areas’ February issue is the first completely redesigned edition, as part of the brand’s new approach to print and online.

Every section of the new-look magazine has been improved, as part of an ongoing overhaul of the Access brand.

2015 will be a year of surprises, with some groundbreaking partnerships to be announced to complement the renewed focus on breaking news, providing insightful reviews and informative, digestible features.

The new redesigned issue features an exclusive interview with Isle of Wight Festival’s operations director John Giddings, a special insight into the Save Soho campaign – a cause we’ve already covered extensively online – and supplier features, this month examining insurance, bars and seating.

“We wanted to create a product that reflected the event industry’s innovative, dynamic and increasingly vital contribution to our shared culture – with top quality content that does justice to this aspiration,” said Access All Areas editor Tom Hall (thall@mashmedia.net). “From the new high impact logo, to the more navigable and stylish design, I couldn’t be happier with how the team here have raised the bar. 

“We’re confident the industry will embrace the new direction, and we couldn’t have gone forward without your vital support.”

In the meantime, we’re keen to hear your feedback and get any shots of event staffers with the new magazine, which lands on desks today (5 February). The official hashtag is #AAArelaunch

Read the latest issue here and subscribe to Access All Areas.

For details of The Access Sessions (18-19 February, Event Production Show, Olympia) – featuring designer Wayne Hemingway – click here.
Follow Access All Areas on Twitter here: @Access_AA
Our Instagram page (@AccessAllAreasUK ) is here.

Magazine Cover February 2015

 

 

Access All Areas unveils redesign and new direction

Access All Areas’ February issue is the first completely redesigned edition, as part of the brand’s new approach to print and online.

Every section of the new-look magazine has been improved, as part of an ongoing overhaul of the Access brand.

2015 will be a year of surprises, with some groundbreaking partnerships to be announced to complement the renewed focus on breaking news, providing insightful reviews and informative, digestible features.

The new redesigned issue features an exclusive interview with Isle of Wight Festival’s operations director John Giddings, a special insight into the Save Soho campaign – a cause we’ve already covered extensively online – and supplier features, this month examining insurance, bars and seating.

“We wanted to create a product that reflected the event industry’s innovative, dynamic and increasingly vital contribution to our shared culture – with top quality content that does justice to this aspiration,” said Access All Areas editor Tom Hall (thall@mashmedia.net). “From the new high impact logo, to the more navigable and stylish design, I couldn’t be happier with how the team here have raised the bar. 

“We’re confident the industry will embrace the new direction, and we couldn’t have gone forward without your vital support.”

In the meantime, we’re keen to hear your feedback and get any shots of event staffers with the new magazine, which lands on desks today (5 February). The official hashtag is #AAArelaunch

Read the latest issue here and subscribe to Access All Areas.

For details of The Access Sessions (18-19 February, Event Production Show, Olympia) – featuring designer Wayne Hemingway – click here.
Follow Access All Areas on Twitter here: @Access_AA
Our Instagram page (@AccessAllAreasUK ) is here.

Magazine Cover February 2015