Tagged: Redesigns

FT unveils new How to Spend It website

The Financial Times’ luxury lifestyle magazine How To Spend It unveiled Tuesday a new look to its website, howtospendit.com, with enhanced speed and design. In addition to the searchable content of nearly 100 issues of the...

Arkansas papers to combine Sunday biz sections

Northwest Arkansas Newspapers LLC will combine Sunday business sections, the company announced Friday. Staff changes are also in progress. A story on the Arkansas Democrat Gazette’s website states, “The Northwest Arkansas Times, the Springdale...

Examining Bloomberg Businessweek’s overhaul

Hal Morris, writing on his GrumpyEditor.com blog, examines the efforts to remake Businessweek magazine since it was acquired by Bloomberg in late 2009. Morris writes, “Most noteworthy was getting the fatherly 80-year-old business weekly...

Forbes.com launches new home page

Forbes.com unveiled its new home page on Thursday. Lewis Dvorkin, chief product officer, writes, “It’s based on a core belief that there are three vital voices in the media business, each with a distinct...

Crain’s New York launches redesign

Crain’s New York Business has unveiled a redesigned paper, writes Glenn Coleman, the editor. Coleman writes, “My former boss Xana Antunes started this remake of Crain’s New York Business, and I finished it after...