Poynter Institute has given its site—Poynter.org—an overhaul. The new version is cleaner, faster and multi-platform friendly. It looks great.
Article pages on the revamped Poynter.org feature larger images, author bios and more related content. The site overall has a new, easier-to-read font. The Poynter logo itself even got a much-needed brush-up.
In a FAQ post, Poynter editor Seth Liss explained the goals of the new site:
We wanted to create a streamlined experience that helps you navigate content better—no matter what device you’re using. We also wanted to provide more points of integration with Poynter’s teaching, starting with our latest feature, the Coffee Break Course. We also are offering more categories of news, such as storytelling, business and ethics, so you can quickly navigate to the coverage areas that interest you most.