Sometimes corporate sites kinda suck. They often look like much thought wasn’t put into them. Maybe the school of thought is that it’s the actual media properties that matter.
Condé Nast decided to redo its site so that it “better reflects today’s Condé Nast.”
The site has a homepage that visitors can customize and every title features a media kit, digital download, social media links and news and events.
To celebrate nostalgia, there’s a heritage section with an interactive timeline, photos, and videos that spans the last 100+ years.
For those looking for a new gig, the career section has been expanded.
Condé Nast is calling the design “bold and beautiful.”