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Long Island marketing agency, TiedIn Media recently launched a redesigned website for Premier Luxury Publication, Social Life Magazine. This magazine aimed at an elite crowd of the Hamptons needed a look that communicated this message of luxury and affluence.

The newly designed website is just as simple and clean as the previous design, but with an updated design and added visual interest. Clean, organized, and bright are the words that come to mind when navigating throughout the website, a site visitor can easily access posts on any of the high-end celebrities that have been highlighted in the articles or scroll to see more featured articles. The navigation guides visitors to articles of different categories and showcases event photos as well as a calendar of events. Overall, the newly design website communicates the desired message to their target audience in a way that is improved and more effective.

More about Social Life Magazine: Social Life magazine is the premier luxury publication for the Hamptons, celebrating 16 years in print. Their content — luxury lifestyle on local, national, and international levels — targets high net worth and high-income individuals who summer on the East End of Long Island. Printed on top-quality paper stock with seamless binding, the composition of the magazine itself mirrors the affluent market in which it is distributed. Luxury consumers turn to Social Life to peruse upscale content, the most exclusive event photos in society, read in-depth interviews with celebrities, and review sophisticated fashion editorial. By captivating our readership through unparalleled luxury content, they have established themselves as the must read magazine for the affluent readers in the Hamptons and Manhattan.