31 July 2008

3 Nationals Launch Revamped Sites

July has been the month of the redesign with three nationals launching new versions of their websites.

First up is the Sun which has brought in a number of navigational changes and introduced its readers to Desktop Keeley, an RSS widget Sun-style.

(See opinions on the new site on Roy Greenslade’s Guardian blog.)

Meanwhile, fellow tabloid the Mirror recently unveiled its new-look website, which has been completed by a Spanish design firm.

Press Gazette reports that among the new features are lists of “Most Popular” stories and similar interactive tools.

Publisher Trinity Mirror states that the website has been created in order to enhance communications between journalists and readers as well as between the users themselves.

Finally, the Telegraph has launched a redesign of its website this month which includes changes to its homepage navigation.

According to the behind-the-scenes report on Journalism.co.uk, the site has also introduced an array of new RSS feeds by topic and section.

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