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    Third version of Mega website

    Website content is managed by Mega staff

    Overview   Process  

    [This work is in the museum]

    Task: to consolidate all information on shopping centers.

    Since the launch of the previous version of the website, eleven new shopping centers were opened in various locations in Russia; with many shops offering discounts and special offers to their customers. The Mega website consolidates and carefully organizes all shopping center information, so that people don’t have to search for store information, special offer details, and shopping advice.

    mega site3 main
    The new main page opens its doors to visitors

    The store database can be searched by name, category, or by using additional filters. The results are displayed as gallery or a list.
    Each page has a short description of the store, overview of current promotions, and a link to the official website.

    mega site3 shop
    The store page

    Release date: July 23 2013


    artistic director
    Artemy Lebedev
    art director
    Ludwig Bistronovsky
    Ivan Olenkevich
    Oleg Pshenichnyy
    Andrey Maykov
    Andrey Kirillov
    Georgy Serov
    technical designers
    Vitaly Voynov
    Stanislav Seregin
    Nina Gorbenko
    Darya Anikeeva
    technical director & programmer
    Vladimir Tokmakov
    Pavel Golovin
    Oleg Korovin
    Aleksey Khapov
    Alyona Malashenko
    Aleksandr Shumov
    beta tester
    Dmitry Muratov
    interface developer
    Valentin Davydenko
    technical writer
    Natalya Vlaskina
    Aleksandr Nosikov
    Filipp Luschevsky
    Ekaterina Floyd
    Jenia Filatova
    project managers
    Evgenia Ezhikova
    Elena Khokhrina
    The studio would like to thank Anastasia Burak, Fatima Suanova, Galina Zubik, and Evgeny Lychov for their assistance on the project

    The website is managed using Imprimatur I proprietary technology

    Mega floor plans

    mega site3 schemes

    Retail stores are marked in the same way as the person would see them walking through the shopping center. The first thing that the customer sees are the fancy signs


    The larger the scale, the more logos are shown on the map. The names appear for the biggest stores first


    Detailed plan allows you to see all the names and logos

    mega site3 esprit
    Clicking on any of the squares brings up a brief description of the outlet

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