Phew, Philly.com looks pretty great.
Philly firms Happy Cog and Superfriend.ly have been working on a redesign of the site for the two city’s daily newspapers for much of the last year. It’s a lot cleaner and feels easier to navigate. In a statement, the company highlighted the responsive design, or how the page is tailored to whatever device you’re using to view the site.
Philly.com’s VP of digital content Eric Ulken stressed, in a statement, that this was just the beginning of the design process.
Even though the new site looks great, it’s still haltingly slow for us (probably has to do with the ads).-30-
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