In this session...
The Huffington Post, the world’s largest fastest growing news site, premiers a bold new redesign—the first in the publisher’s 10-year history. An inside look at the dynamic growth of the HuffPost and how it is uniting the world and breaking down barriers with it's unique and powerful platform.
The Huffington Post began working with creative agency Code and Theory on the publisher's first-ever redesign in December, 2014. Code and Theory, who had previously spearheaded the digital transformations of Bloomberg, The Los Angeles Times, and Mashable, helped the publisher conceive of a radical digital strategy around the behaviors and preferences of the modern news consumer.
“The Huffington Post aims to be a forward-thinking journalistic platform for discussion and engagement,” said Jared Grusd, CEO of The Huffington Post. “Our design reinvention, a collaboration with Code and Theory, will help further accomplish this important goal.”
“The Huffington Post has evolved immensely in the past 10 years,” said Dan Gardner, Co-Founder of Code and Theory. “With this design, we are able to showcase the true wealth of content and data-driven intelligence that will advance the user experience."
The full site redesign will launch in early 2016.