Vanity Fair‘s website relaunched this week, with a spiffy new design that promotes the VF Daily content and reorganizes the top navigation by medium (video, photo, magazine) as opposed to topic (Hollywood, Business, Politics).
The relaunch required updating the magazine’s CMS to Adobe CQ5.
The top spot at Vanity Fair’s digital team has been empty since Read More
During the early days of the AOL Huffington Post merger, we had a chuckle when Arianna Huffington was named editor-in-chief of an array of AOL blogs outside of her area of expertise: Engadget, Moviefone, Autoblog and, perhaps most glaringly, BlackVoices.
No need to cringe anymore. Ms. Huffington has entrusted the site’s vision and recruitment to Read More
It’s been a rough couple of years for Jamie Dimon, ever since JPMorgan joined several other banks in fomenting conditions that led to the collapse of the housing market. Just ask Jamie Dimon: “It’s going to be a long ugly mess, but it won’t be life-threatening to JPMorgan,” he told investors last month regarding Read More
Is it just us or did the New Yorker website home page get a redesign recently? It’s looking handsomely spare–no actual content on the front page–with much more egalitarian proportions. Blogs, print articles, multimedia and the iPad app all have roughly the same real estate. Kudos to the fogey-ish institution for maximizing their ‘content’ Read More