CNET introduces new design

Adam Auriemma, editor in chief of tech news site CNET, writes about its redesign. Auriemma writes, “It’s not just form, but function too. Our new site design includes engaging hover states, a reimagined homepage that prioritizes expertise and user-tested integration of social media and video on the site. After experimenting on our social media accounts, […]

What’s behind Bloomberg’s new home page

Marissa Zanetti-Crume, global head of product at Bloomberg Media, writes about the new home page. Zanetti-Crume writes, “Our vision since launching Bloomberg.com has been to arm business leaders with the news, information and connections they need to succeed. It’s an ongoing journey to get to know our users, understand what they’re interested in and what keeps […]

CNBC completes renovation of its main studio

CNBC recently completed a major renovation of its largest studio, Studio A, a 7,000-square-foot space, reports Dak Dillon of NewscastStudio. Dillon reports, “Studio A launched in 2003 with the network’s move from Fort Lee to Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and is an iconic piece of the network’s on-air identity, given its location adjacent to the CNBC newsroom. […]

The Information rolls out redesign

Jessica Lessin, the editor in chief of tech news site The Information, writes about its redesign. Lessin writes, “Overall, we redesigned more than 200 pages—a massive undertaking from our incredibly talented team. “When we launched 10 years ago, we offered subscribers one type of article: exclusive news about the most important tech companies. Today, a […]

Sun-Times launching new Money section

The Chicago Sun-Times has launched a new Money section. Money editor Subrina Hudson writes, “So it’s significant the Sun-Times has taken steps to be community first and invest in its newsroom. That’s why I joined the paper as its Money editor in May — without ever having visited Chicago or Illinois. After 11 years of business […]

CNBC debuts redesign and ‘Money Movers’

CNBC debuted a new look on Monday that radically changes the stock tickers that have scrolled along the network’s screen for years — along with many other elements, reports Brian Steinberg of Variety. Steinberg writes, “Viewers who tune in early Monday morning to ‘Worldwide Exchange’ may notice that CNBC’s two scrolling tickers have been reduced […]

Yahoo Finance redesigns its website

Tapan Bhat, president and general manager of Yahoo Finance, writes about the redesigned website, which he says includes 40 percent fewer ads. Bhat writes, “We’ve better organized our quote pages so you can easily find the financial data you need, when you need it. “We’ve also introduced advanced charts — featuring 25+ chart types, 100+ customizable indicators, and smart […]

How The Verge is getting loyal users with its redesign

Mark Stenberg of Adweek writes about how a redesign of tech news site The Verge is helping it convert readers into loyal users. Stenberg writes, “From January to September, The Verge saw its readership increase 15%, according to Patel. In the same timeframe, its loyal user base, which it defines as a reader who visits the […]

Michigan paper is cutting stock listings

The Hillsdale Daily News, a Gannett paper in Michigan, is cutting its stock listings. Executive editor Sarah Leach writes, “That’s been the case with financial market information for decades now, and most daily newspapers have long since dropped stock tables because they are outdated well before they reach our readers. The Hillsdale Daily News will join them […]

CFO.com making changes to website and content

Andy Burt, head of content at CFO.com, writes about changes to the publication. Burt writes, “What do we want to achieve in this current version? It is what we’ve been hearing from you, our finance executive readership. It involves focus, speed, and frequency. “Focus. The new car smell, chassis, and detailing arrive with a redoubled effort to […]