New Design Week website launches

Design Week’s new website launches today, with an updated look and feel.

The website still features full coverage of industry issues, including news, in-depth features and comment.

Readers are also able to comment on stories online.

To sign up for a daily news alert featuring four breaking news stories every day, and a weekly in-depth newsletter, visit https://myaccount.designweek.co.uk/.

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  • Mike Exon November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Congratulations on the revamp guys. Much cleaner and nice big images work well. I’m liking the online comments too. Cheers.

  • James McKay November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    It’s bigger all round and quite a bit cleaner, but I’m not impressed. Here’s why:

    Disappointing lack of attention to detail. Really bland, confusing furniture and hierarchy, inconsistent (sub-)navigation, and the whole site still feels cramped whilst being simultaneously bland and empty. A very ‘white’ design with no white space. And I’m pretty disappointed with the typography. Arial, Helvetica, then ‘sans serif’ across the whole site? Maybe you guys should check out what the likes of Jon Tan (http://jontangerine.com) has achieved with system fonts alone.

    I just can’t buy into this new redesign at all.

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