The New York Times is redesigning its Web site — starting with the article experience

Gray Lady’s getting a facelift.

Read through and you can see some of the front-end changes they’re making. The majority of it is cleaning up the clutter and bringing more contemporary UI and navigational schemes to the site.

They’re also relocating comments to the side of article articles “so you can read them in context” and bringing the swipe to tablets as a way to go from article to article.

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  5. davidfreeland reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Prototype the new NYTimes website.
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    There’s been some really mind-blowing UX development going on at the NYT. Their snowfall project was a first glimpse at...
  9. cigarettesandcats reblogged this from futurejournalismproject and added:
    — This looks so pretty.
  10. andhi reblogged this from journo-geekery and added:
    Een redesign die begint met de artikelpagina’s. I like.
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    Bravo, Gray Lady.
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    Adapting. And it looks pretty nice.
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