TIME.com Redesign: a Responsive Global News Site

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In case you missed it, back in October last year Time introduced their new responsive website design. I enjoy Time, over the years the magazine covers and headliners have been part of many of our lives. It is awesome to see Time swiftly emerge into this new era of technology on the cutting edge. We wouldn’t expect anything less.

I found them listed in another great article from The Next Web on responsive website design. Basically if you are not familiar with this topic, it comes down to providing a great user experience. So with that being said.

Welcome to the new TIME.com.

If you’re a regular, or even occasional, visitor to the site, you’ve probably noticed that something looks different today. In fact, a lot has changed — for the better. The same great award-winning news coverage, commentary, photography and video are all still here, but they’re presented in a fresh, streamlined design, making everything easier to find and enjoy, whether you’re accessing the site from a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone.

via TIME.com Redesign: a Responsive Global News Site | TIME.com.

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