New website aims to offer more user-friendly experience, automatically adjusting to whatever device you are using, be it computer, tablet or smartphone.
Legal Week has a brand new website. The new site, launched after extensive reader research, is designed to make the brand’s news, analysis and features easier to find and more enjoyable to read.
The new website is fully responsive, which means it will automatically adjust to whatever device you are using – computer, tablet or smartphone.
The site now features more images, making it easier to click on stories on mobile devices, while more prominence has been given to long-form journalism by making it more accessible and visually appealing.
For example, the Legal Week Top 50 – a comprehensive analysis of the financial results of the leading UK law firms – now has a permanent berth on the homepage alongside other showcase in-depth analysis.
Not that news will be any less important than before: Legal Week‘s commitment to providing readers with must-have news, analysis and commentary is unchanged. The website highlights all content more effectively, however and wherever you choose to view it.
The relaunch comes after Legal Week stopped printing in July, and reflects our subscribers’ increasing desire to access content on the move.
Legal Week Live, a mobile app, also recently launched. This allows users to view articles offline, save and share favourite stories, and customise the type of content they view.
The end result of all of these changes is a vastly improved user experience for our subscribers, allowing the brand to consolidate its position as a trusted digital information source for senior business lawyers.
For more information, watch this video where Legal Week’s editor, Georgina Stanley, discusses the launch of the new fully responsive website, continuous mobile app and other recent developments for the title.
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