Monday, December 1, 2008

Another Peek at Associated Content's New Look

Welcome back! I hope everyone had a lovely holiday weekend.

The full preview of Associated Content's redesign will be available very soon. In the mean time, since everyone is eager to see more, here is a look at the Content Producer profile page. Click on the image to see a larger version.

6 comments:

Momie Tullottes (aka Mommy2Lots) said...

From the looks of the screenshot, I think I'm really going to like the new look of the CP pages. Thanks for another sneak peek at the re-design - can't wait until we get to test it out. :-)

BookingAlong said...

I DO like the screenshot and the fact that photos now appear with some of our other published content :)

JA Huber said...

I like the clean look, especially the colors, very appealing and soothing on the eyes. Looking forward to the official launch.

Dennis Blackmore said...

I agree, very smart and clean look.

Mr Dave said...

On one hand the CP's articles are right there without the need to scroll down on the page. However, the bio kinda blends in with the margins. I think I like it, except I'm not too crazy about the colors. Kinda washed out. Other than that, it's great!

Mr Dave AC said...

The CP page actually is really good. I take back what I said yesterday. However the article page is not very great. I like the neatness on it, but there are some major issues that I have with it. When I saw the blue bar with all the bookmark icons, that struck me as a barrier; like the bottom of the page. Below that is the related articles. In and of itself, that is good. However, the "More by this CP" is not displayed, hence it takes away from view links to my articles. If those headlines are out of sight, then readers are a lot less likely to be exposed to unique content. Not every CP, myself included, enters AC and begins submitting discoverable articles. An eye-catching headline won't catch eyes if eyes are not exposed to the headline. Having the resources in the bottom corner does not help at all; I would think after the advertisement there was nothing left to see. And same for the comments. Maybe I'm wrong; but those are the areas of concern I have with the new layout.