We hope that many of you have already noticed the design improvements to The Christian Science Monitor that arrived this summer. They should be hard to miss. Every major format in which the Monitor is published has undergone renovation.
The point, as always, is to make the Monitor’s lens on the world clearer and more convenient to use for our diverse audiences. This means the website (CSMonitor.com), The Christian Science Monitor Weekly (print and tablet editions), and the Daily News Briefing have all seen improvements to make them more reader-friendly.
The CSMonitor.com website has a new look. Its pages are cleaner and less cluttered, easier to read and overall much more visually appealing (so we believe!). Long articles are no longer broken into multiple pages but instead are scrollable to the end on a single Web page. The text has fewer interruptions breaking up the flow. The options for where the visitor may want to go next are (we hope!) clearer.