Since Editor at Large reported Remodelista's acqusition by SAY Media last August, editors have been working away on a new format, which is finally ready to be unveiled on Monday, January 23.
Editors took careful note of comments, suggestions, and observations based on a reader survey last year. Below is a sneak peek of the new layout and features to expect:
• City Guides: If you're planning a trip, you can now see shops, restaurants, and hotels, grouped by city.
• Bigger images: See more details in high-resolution images.
• Add your comment: They've changed the comments server so you can now add feedback directly under each post.
• Responsive design: The site layout will adapt to whatever device readers are using, whether it's an iPad, iPhone, or laptop.
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