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New York Times site redesigned…I like it.
I don’t like it, but maybe that’s just because I don’t like change. I’ll have to wait a month before I can really decide.
I liked it right away…perhaps in a few weeks you will have adjusted 🙂
I prefer it. The font, I think, is much better. The layout, I find, is less cluttered. Still, I often find the NY Times quite a cumbersome read.
Well, I am trying to use it right now and I find I can’t skim through the headlines as quickly as I could. They are all merging into a blurry mess for me now.
I’m not talking about the headlines where there’s a short passage from the article, but where it’s just one headline after another. See the bottom of this page: http://www.nytimes.com/pages/nyregion/index.html
Also, on the World News (http://www.nytimes.com/pages/world/index.html) page the separation between the different regions is nowhere near as clear as it was before. This problem exists on the sports page too.
It seems to me that the photographs may be somewhat crisper. Possible?
Entirely, they do look nicer..
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