NetGalley, the eGalley service, announced a makeover of its homepage and catalog today. The company has made the homepage a bit sleeker, with a carousel of new available eGalleys, plus links to the “buzz” page and news.
The more important changes are in the catalog, which now can be sorted by recent titles, publisher, or genre using a menu on the left side of the page. Plus ISBNs and genres are now prominently displayed in all catalog listings, which was not the case before.
It’s not earth-shattering stuff, but it’s good news that NetGalley is making itself easier to use. Most of these changes were made in response to user feedback.