NPR Relaunches Website Homepage With New Design
August 14, 2013 at 12:56 PM (PT)
NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO has relaunched its homepage at NPR.org in a redesign that optimizes for any browser and device.
The new design eschews a grid layout in favor of a center collection of stories and top-of-the-page navigation that remains in place while the page scrolls down. The top bar also includes a link to the user's local affiliate, automatically finding the nearest station.
“Our online audience is engaging with NPR on a growing number of devices, from small-screen phones to big-screen TVs,” said Chief Content Officer KINSEY WILSON. “With this redesign, we’re able to give the audience the optimum NPR experience no matter where they encounter us.”