DeeperBlue.net, one of the leading websites dedicated to the Underwater World,
has just completed a complete overhaul of the website design at
This beautiful new design brings DeeperBlue.net right up-to-date with the latest
look and technology. A key objective of the redesign was to provide ease of
reading and navigation for visitors to the site.
"This new design brings DeeperBlue.net a fresh, new look" said DeeperBlue.net
CEO and founder Stephan Whelan "For the last 11 years we’ve tried to innovate
with our website and the new design is no exception!"
The new design incorporates significant changes to the whole site, including the
homepage, news and articles as well as a redefined gallery and shopping area.
Further improvements are slated for the extensive forums and freediving courses
areas of the site.
The new design has been completed in time for our coverage of the DEMA trade
show in Orlando at the end of October 2007. During the show DeeperBlue.net
staff will be on-hand at our booth #1786 to provide coverage of any exhibitors.
Since 1996 DeeperBlue.net has been offering visitors a refreshingly bold and
contemporary approach. Featuring over 800 in-depth articles, daily comprehensive
news coverage and active community Forums on Scuba Diving, FreeDiving and
This dedication to the Underwater World means that DeeperBlue.net has built up a
vast audience worldwide, reaching over 200,000 individual divers each and every
One of the most unique aspects of DeeperBlue.net, that sets it apart from other
contemporary diving publications, is it’s coverage of FreeDiving – an exciting
sport that allows a diver to test his/her lungs and strength of mind on just one
breath of air, becoming one with the sea sans scuba gear. The FreeDiving section
is regarded as the largest and most comprehensive resource available for the
sport and draws not only beginners, but World Champions as well.
DeeperBlue.net is headquartered out of Europe and spans the globe with a team of more than 170 writers and editors.
More information at http://www.deeperblue.net