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Monday, 3rd May 2010

Congrats to Publishers Weekly on the Relaunch of Their Web Site

Today, PW relaunched their site, with a new cleaner and slicker look. We're looking forward to spending some time there and getting to learn what's available and where to find it.

Criticism? Not a major one for us, personally, but it could be for many others. The default point size used in articles is rather small. Of course, you can magnify the page verey easily on your browser. However, what's easy and just a regular day in front of the computer for some could be new and a challenge for others. A single page prominently placed on the homepage with directions on how to magnify the content could be useful to many.

Our only question, what's the situation with your mobile site? Fairly recently it was at: http://mobile.publishersweekly.com. At the moment, it redirects to the new main site and is a challenge to read on my mobile Safari browser.

Our guess it's one site on the site that' not complete. Stay tuned.

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