New look for FinanceFeeds

Noam Stiekema

As you have probably noticed by now, we’ve upgraded our website and gone for a complete redesign. It has been a fantastic past five months since we kicked off with FinanceFeeds. We had been discussing the redesign since day one and planning what it would look like, which functions we wanted and how it’s style and features […]

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As you have probably noticed by now, we’ve upgraded our website and gone for a complete redesign. It has been a fantastic past five months since we kicked off with FinanceFeeds. We had been discussing the redesign since day one and planning what it would look like, which functions we wanted and how it’s style and features should improve the experience for our readers.

After almost two months in the works, we finally launched the newly redesigned website on Friday evening and already have seen an increase in pageviews per visitor and overall flow through the site. We hope that the new site will serve you, our readers, better and make your time on our site as pleasant and easy to use as possible.

We are still working on finalising the responsive version of our website to make it a lot easier to navigate and read, whilst we do some final touchups on the desktop version.

Thank you for your patience, amazing feedback and continued support. We plan to have this all wrapped up by weekend.

Special thanks to Noam’s wife Niva, and her amazing team at Stiekema+Chen for the wonderful job!

 

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