cosmetically improved?
May 23, 2000 8:30 AM   Subscribe cosmetically improved? refines their site with a better homepage and category pages... but as far as I can see, no change to the actual article layouts themselves. What do you think - anyone read anymore?
posted by williamtry (4 comments total)
Well, not really, I do though check out and the hardware section, cnet is nice, it' lost it's popularity somewhat, since the web branched out, but hey, whatever. They did some very thin cosmetic changes, to update with times, nothing major, I like it.

posted by tiaka at 8:38 AM on May 23, 2000

Hey Your fonts are too small!

No, really. I can't beleive that sites are resorting to such small fonts in their re-designs. What's wrong with letting the end user choose the font size via the browser preferences? I mean, that's what the preferences are there for.
posted by camworld at 9:58 AM on May 23, 2000

Yeah funny thing I actually was there today and happened upon the redesign. I guess they want to be in on the redesign gig that everyone else is on.
posted by neo452 at 3:35 PM on May 23, 2000

Yeah, is usually 3 - 4 months behind anything going on, unless they are trying to hype some crappy new commercial product. This design is somewhat better than before, but so what? Too much fluff.
posted by amphgobb at 1:57 AM on May 24, 2000

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