WSJ unveils redesigned website
The home page is less cluttered, and the site incorporates graphics, photography and videos into the home page and article pages. Pages should also load faster.
One of the key features of the new site is an expandable markets-data drawer and revamped market-quote pages, putting real-time information and personalized stock prices at readers’ fingertips.
“The new WSJ.com is a fitting platform for our peerless journalism and improves the way we deliver content to our savvy and ambitious readers,” said Journal editor Gerard Baker in a statement. “This represents a continued evolution of the Journal’s digital transformation, and it will be instrumental in widening our reach around the globe. This is just the latest and most powerful example yet, of how the Journal is improving and adapting to the digital needs of our subscribers.”
Later this week, the Journal will launch on the Apple Watch.