New Disney Site Shares Modern Princess Experience Across All PlatformsPilar Clark
Little princesses everywhere are about to fling glitter and rainbows, because just this week, Disney Interactive launched the next phase of the new Disney.com site, and it’s called the Disney Princess portal.
As in the gateway to happily ever after — open 24/7. Seriously. Charge your iPads now.
Princess.Disney.com, the new one-stop shop for all 10 Disney princesses, blends the modern styling of the new Disney.com with engaging content to create a modern yet elegant site sure to inspire all our daughters to wear their ball gowns and clacky high heels and sky high tiaras and costume jewels and elbow gloves… even more than they do now.
When Disney.com originally re-launched in October, the site delivered a comprehensive, and easy-to-use experience for Disney fans and families. The new princess experience is the next natural step, adding a ton of princess activities, media and video – think dedicated pages for all of Disney’s royalty elite from Snow White to Rapunzel, newly (responsively) designed Princess dress-up and storybook web apps, featured videos and image galleries from your fave Princess films, originals and exclusives only available on Princess.Disney.com – from across the company including Disney Parks, Disney Store and the Walt Disney Studios.
All in one place.
Cue more glitter flinging.
And, because the new Disney.com was built to work seamlessly across all platforms, that means a consistent online experience whether you’re on the site via a laptop, tablet, smartphone or desktop computer.
Here’s thinking something swarthy and rugged for the boys should be in the works too – if it isn’t already.
Photo credit: Princess.Disney.com
Travelhound Pilar wouldn’t mind being at Walt Disney World eating the ears off a Mickey ice cream bar right about now. But, since she can’t be at her “second home” year round, she curates happy thoughts on Disney Social Media Magic, a virtual springboard where breaking news and other Disneyfied thingamabobs are shared. For more mouse-minded geekery, join Pilar on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and personal site, One Mom Media.