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#Podcast – Adapting to change: How and why news sites are moving to responsive design

November 2nd, 2012Posted by in Design and graphics, Mobile, Podcast

With regular launches of new mobile devices only adding to the different platforms people are consuming news from, a number of media outlets have recently announced moves towards responsive designs to offer users an experience which suits the device on which they are accessing content.

In this week’s podcast we speak to four news outlets about their approaches to responsive design and the long-term impact that they see development today having in the future for the news site. We also look at other responsive matters beyond the resizing of text, such as the opportunities for advertising experience and enhanced visual storytelling.

The podcast features:

  • William Beavis, head of digital, Midland News Association
  • Andy Hume, front-end architect, Guardian News & Media
  • Chris Russell, head of product for news, BBC Future Media
  • Cathy Sharick, managing editor, Time.com

Here is more on the responsive designs recently announced by the above media outlets:

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