The Wall Street Journal finally gave its website a makeover. The new WSJ.com is brighter—gone is the odd tan coloring of the old site—cleaner, and features responsive design, so it looks the same no matter what platform you’re using.
Navigation is also improved on the revamped WSJ.com; it’s now much easier to move from section to section. That’s really something that can be said about the site overall — it is simply more fluid. Landing pages and article pages have more white space. Everything is modernized, from customization tools to images. It’s a much better reading experience.
The old WSJ.com felt needlessly complicated. The new WSJ.com feels just right.