FOXNews.com unveiled a white-washed new design this morning, dumping its black and red format for a “new, clean and crisp” design. It’s a big change, and it’s going to take some getting used to.
“Our new design makes our site quicker to navigate, and our content easier to view. We’ve also altered our production process so that we can deliver breaking news and the latest headlines faster than ever,” Bert Solivan and Steve Bromberg say.
The site’s new features include numerous special sections, “much more video,” new navigation bars, a “customizable news page,” and a Google search tool.
> “It’s shocking and uncomfortable,” one e-mailer says. Use the tip box to send your thoughts on the redesign, and I’ll post them…
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