Posts tagged with Website Redesign

The new Odeon website: five good, five bad

Odeon relaunched its site this week, in partnership with Amaze and Krankikom.

Cinema sites are not renowned for great user experience, so how will this one shape up? 

I've listed five positives from the site, and five areas for improvement...


Arsenal's long overdue site redesign is a massive improvement

Arsenal FC unveiled a new website this week, giving it a long overdue upgrade that also includes a new mobile optimised version.

An article announcing the redesign states that it came about after extensive research and feedback from supporters.

It is designed to give users “improved access to content providing insight into all aspects of Club life.”

I previously blogged about the poor usability of Premier League websites, highlighting Arsenal as a particularly bad example due to the confusing number of links to different sections across the top and left of the screen. The old homepage also displayed now fewer than seven banner ads.


Q&A: Andy Harding on the new Ryman website

Stationery brand Ryman recently launched its redesigned website, which is a big improvement on the previous version. 

We've been talking to Ryman's E-commerce Director Andy Harding about the thinking behind the new website, and the retailers plans to expand its multichannel offering. 

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BBC News website redesign divides opinion

The BBC has unveiled its new look news website this morning, with a cleaner design and more social media integration the most obvious changes. 

The site has only been live for a few hours, but has already attracted a fair amount of criticism from users. I've been taking a look at the new site...