International Business Times undergoes redesign
The business news site International Business Times unveiled a redesign on Thursday.
The redesign includes a new online visual system and a new logo for the brand that places and emphasis on the forward motion and forward thinking of its journalism.
The new homepage features a streaming feed of stories on the left rail, space for dynamic markets graphics on the right, a central area for featured stories and the option for a breaking news bar at the top of the page.
Article pages will include a longer “magazine” format for feature stories as well as a cleaner and simpler look for breaking news. All pages are optimized for mobile and video.
“International Business Times’ new site sharpens the focus on our most ambitious and timely work while rendering photos, graphics and video in a more dynamic fashion,” said Peter S. Goodman, global editor in chief, in a statement. “The creative minds in our newsroom are hugely excited to get their hands on new storytelling tools that will enrich the overall experience for our audience.”
Its sister publication, Newsweek, will see a redesign unveiled in the next few weeks.