Tagged: Redesigns

Behind TheStreet.com’s new logo 1

Behind TheStreet.com’s new logo

John Pavlus writes on the Fast Company design blog about financial news site TheStreet.com‘s redesigned logo. Pavlus writes, “When you want a new logo that’s going to be an indisputable slam-dunk — as opposed...

Forbes’ changes blend ads, editorial 0

Forbes’ changes blend ads, editorial

Lucia Moses of Adweek writes about the redesign of Forbes.com, which gives greater presence to advertisers. Moses writes, “Still, while these latest changes might in some ways further discomfort those traditionalists worried about the...

Forbes.com redesign launches 0

Forbes.com redesign launches

Andrea Spiegel of Forbes writes about the business magazine’s overhaul of its Web site. Spiegel writes, “With any launch there are compromises.  We faced one early on with the Home page.  We absolutely wanted...

Biz section or sports section? 1

Biz section or sports section?

The front page of the New York Times business section on Sunday looks like it could be a sports section. Regardless of the content, I don’t ever recall a photo taking the top half...

Prairie Business planning overhaul 0

Prairie Business planning overhaul

Alan Van Ormer, the editor of Prairie Business magazine, which covers Minnesota and the Dakotas, writes about changes coming to the magazine. Van Ormer writes, “Over the next few months, we will be slowly...

Changes coming to Forbes.com 0

Changes coming to Forbes.com

Lewis Dvorkin, the chief product officer at Forbes, writes Monday about the changes coming to the business magazine’s site. Dvorkin writes, “Our new Channel pages — for Investing, Technology, Business and many others —...

SmartMoney redesigns for digital age 0

SmartMoney redesigns for digital age

Andrew Vanacore, an Associated Press business writer, reports on the redesigned SmartMoney magazine, which will occur when its February issue comes out on Tuesday. Vanacore writes, “Among the coming changes, SmartMoney will be focusing...

Oregonian cuts weekend listings 0

Oregonian cuts weekend listings

The Oregonian, the daily newspaper in Portland, has cut its weekend stock and mutual fund listings from the paper, effective this weekend. Therese Bottomly, the paper’s managing editor, writes, “The weekly roundup of stocks...