Category: redesign

Financial Times Redesign

Late last year the team at the Financial Times launched a redesign that focused specifically on web performance and improving the user experience. And so in a post detailing their findings, James Webb writes about how this design impacted their business: We wanted to keep page load time to an absolute minimum; our ta...

The Next Smashing Magazine

Congrats to the big team over there assembled to take on this major redesign process. Unlike our redesigns around here that are usually more like realignments with minor dev work and UX sprinkles each iteration, this was a ground-up rebuild for them. They migrated a bunch of different platforms all into one, a static-s...

A Little Surprise Is Waiting For You Here — Meet The Next Smashing Magazine

    Smashing Magazine is changing: a new design, a new layout, a new technical stack, a new printed magazine, a new Smashing Membership, and the same good ol’ obsession with quality content. Here’s a sneak preview of what’s com...

Redesign v15 Notes

Little redesign around here. As ever, it’s just a start. It will ebb and flow in the weeks, months, and years to come. There are bugs! There are little differences that might take a tiny bit of getting used to! You’re always welcome to contact us and report bugs or let us know what you think. You know how ...

The Lodge is Now Free

No strings. Enjoy. Oh, also, I redesigned the site a little. “v14″, if you’re keeping track. Minor notes: Most stuff is the same. It’s the same fonts, just using Source Sans Pro more and the type is in general a bit larger. Same organization. Same site sections. It’s on a brand new serve...