Tagged: Redesigns

ACBJ papers unveil redesigned sites

ACBJ papers unveil redesigned sites

All of American City Business Journals 40 weekly business newspapers have rolled out redesigned Web sites on Sunday. Each of the papers has nearly identical stories on their sites Sunday evening, stating that one...

Missouri paper revamps Sunday biz section

Missouri paper revamps Sunday biz section

The Springfield News-Leader in Missouri is updating its Sunday business section, writes executive editor David Stoeffler. Stoeffler writes, “You’ll notice a major shift toward emphasizing local business and consumer news, including a regular column...

Understanding the Forbes redesign

Understanding the Forbes redesign

TALKING BIZ NEWS EXCLUSIVE Forbes magazine unveiled a redesigned publication on Thursday, as well as an updated to its Web site, that changes how a magazine presents information to readers. For example, comments from...

Discussing the new Forbes strategy

Discussing the new Forbes strategy

Lewis Dvorkin, the chief product officer at Forbes, writes on its site about the reasoning behind its redesign and content overhaul. Dvorkin writes, “The initial steps to re-architect Forbes.com and Forbes magazine are accompanied...

Forbes unveils redesign

Forbes unveils redesign

Forbes unveiled Wednesday evening a dramatic redesign of the business magazine, debuting with the annual Forbes 400 issue hitting newsstands Thursday, as well as the next iteration of a Forbes.com redesign now live online...

The new weekened WSJ is coming

The new weekened WSJ is coming

Andrew Vanacore of the Associated Press writes about the revamped weekend edition of The Wall Street Journal, which will be rolled out next weekend. Vanacore writes, “Starting next week, the Saturday Journal, under a...

Bloomberg Markets gets makeover

Bloomberg Markets gets makeover

Erik Sass of MediaDailyNews writes about the makeover occurring at Bloomberg Markets magazine. Sass writes, “The goal is to grab a larger piece of business magazine ad spending. The new look, courtesy of designers...