It is your blog – Hate it or love it, PWP is not going anywhere!
Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) has covered a long distance, it started it’s journey on a sunny day of March 6, 2011 and in just two months started appearing on different international newspapers and other social media platforms notably the Washington Post and the Guardian. You can check the accomplishments of the blog here.
The Start (March 2011 – December 2011)
The logo was used from March till July 2011. Following is the first theme of PWP used from March 2011 till December 2011;
The Fame (July 2011 – May 2014 )
This logo is one of my favorite as it defines Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP), it was made by Yousuf Tahir. The partly cloudy logo of the blog is more a like face of Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) that will be remembered forever. Following is the theme of PWP that was used from late December 2011 till May 2014;
The Change/Transition Period (April 2014 – May 2014)
This period represented the changes to come to PWP in middle of 2014.
New Generation (May 2014 – )
Today a new chapter would be added to the history of Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) which is more than just a weather blog. The New Generation Logo of PWP defines two things;
- One of the most discussed topic on this blog is a cyclone therefore PWP decided to make a hurricane it’s logo but it is more than that. The spiral bands of a hurricane represent crescents with a star in the middle which makes it the flag of Pakistan. The star can also be seen as an eye of the hurricane. If you are going to look at it from a distance it would look like a cyclone and as you approach it would be represent the flag of Pakistan.
Following is the New Generation Theme of PWP which has the world famous art of Pakistani city buses;
And if you love pictures of nature then PWP has come with another platform just for you. After appearing on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+, PWP is now on Tumblr which is a micro-blogging platform and Instagram which is famous for sharing pictures.
Negative publicity is as important as positive reviews. Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) has met such type of criticisms since it’s start and it would continue to do so till the blog lives. The Portal has filled a gap and nobody can take that gap away from the Portal, the more you do the more it will get into the light!