Imerisia was one of the most reliable nationwide financial newspapers in Greece, first published in 1947. Its publication as a standalone printed version stopped at 2017 and continued as a Ethnos' add-on, to finally end its paper journey in 2020.
|UX||Despina Alafouzou, Irene Paliogianni|
|UI Design||Despina Alafouzou|
|Front-end Development||Irene Paliogianni|
|Back-end Development||Thanos Poulitsas|
|Account Management||Dioni Tegou|
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When financial history meets digital
Our main goal was to create a simple yet modern, print-feeling yet digitally readable, financial portal with focus on bold titles and robust typography.
The color palette is meant to resemble the color of money and its meaning; the one that doesn't fade or decompose easily and it's against counterfeiting, while the news that are related to the Economy section have a linen shade, which is connected to the 'bisque' color introduced with great success by the printed version of The Financial Times back in 1893, to give an eye-catching experience.
Small photos, big titles, variety of news, easy to access stocks prices are just a few of many details combined to make the experience of any businessman/woman, employee, stockholder, unemployed and any user in general a better and easier place to navigate through.
Blazing fast, user-oriented, pixel perfect, SEO-friendly are values always connected to our work, so a visit to imerisia.gr would be self-expalanatory that these are terms bind to this aspiring new project.
Imerisia.gr aims to continue the legend and history of a truly prompt and authoritative medium; and so does its new home.