We’re not the only ones relaunching a website: NPR launched a redesign on Monday as well, with a new tagline: “Always On.” Over at Poynter, Steve Myers says that the navigation is vastly scaled back, for the better, and audio is presented in a way that provides “a variety of active and passive listening experiences.” Just don’t go to the site expecting much in the way of video, reports the Times. Dick Meyer, editorial director for digital media, says the new site “looks like NPR sounds.” Firebelly is ambivalent. What do you think?
“It’s not the top performer, it won’t turn heads like a fresh out-the-box GT2, but it’s got an understated class that will let you slide by with just the right amount of splash”: a collection of Porsche 928 ads from the ’80s
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Three reasons why music magazines are dying. If only design had something to do with it.
And, our new favorite video, from animator Jimena Oddi: