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New York Unveils New Homepage

New York magazine’s homepage just received a slight makeover. While we didn’t mind the old version, the updated look is an improvement.

The biggest change can be found on the left side of the page. Previously, you found only Daily Intelligencer posts. Now the default is a “The Latest News” feed, which pulls posts from all of New York’s blogs. If you prefer one blog to another, you can still easily navigate to its posts.

The “Most Popular” section, which is just below the digital fold, is a nice change as well. On the left are the site’s most popular stories according to views, while the center and the right feature the most popular stories according to social media shares.

New York’s homepage revamp isn’t life altering, but it’s a step up from the last look. It’s proof that even minor renovations can lead to big results.

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