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So, That New Indiewire Design. What'd You Think of It?

Photo of Dana Harris By Dana Harris | Indiewire November 16, 2011 at 12:12PM

You may have noticed: Indiewire launched an all-new design last week. And we'd love to know what you think of it. One of the driving forces in the design was creating a lot more transparency for our content. The site's last significant redesign was in 2008; since then, IW developed a sizable blog network that allowed us to bring in many more voices and perspectives and more than doubled our site's content. Meanwhile, the core IW also continued to grow. (We just passed our 20,000th post today.) And while all of the content on IW was accessible, it wasn't necessarily visible. That's what we wanted to change. So we did. And now we'd like to know what you think of it. How do you feel about seeing this range of content? Are you able to find what you want? Anything you'd like to see more of -- or less? Because this is the other thing that we built into the site's design: We can continue to evolve it. And your feedback will go a long way toward informing how we do that. Leave your thoughts in the comments, on Twitter (@indiewire) or email us -- editors@indiewire.com or dana@indiewire.com. We read everything.
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You may have noticed: Indiewire launched an all-new design last week. And we'd love to know what you think of it.

One of the driving forces in the design was creating a lot more transparency for our content. The site's last significant redesign was in 2008; since then, IW developed a sizable blog network that allowed us to bring in many more voices and perspectives and more than doubled our site's content.

Meanwhile, the core IW also continued to grow. (We just passed our 20,000th post today.) And while all of the content on IW was accessible, it wasn't necessarily visible. That's what we wanted to change.

So we did. And now we'd like to know what you think of it. How do you feel about seeing this range of content? Are you able to find what you want? Anything you'd like to see more of -- or less?

Because this is the other thing that we built into the site's design: We can continue to evolve it. And your feedback will go a long way toward informing how we do that.

Leave your thoughts in the comments, on Twitter (@indiewire) or email us -- editors@indiewire.com or dana@indiewire.com. We read everything.

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