Future’s MusicRadar reveal a new responsive site

The fully revamped site has been rebuilt from the bottom up using Future’s new responsive platform. No matter what device, the redesign ensures that users will have a consistent and simplified experience.

Will Groves, editor-in-chief of MusicRadar, says. “’We’re absolutely delighted with the new design, and we believe it will help our users get to and enjoy more of our market-leading news, tips and reviews than ever before.

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Above: Will Groves editor-in-chief of MusicRadar

“Our primary aim has been to make it easier for our users to find the content they want. That’s why we’ve simplified our main navigation, prioritising the Guitars, Tech and Drums homepages. Acoustic and Bass will now live within the Guitars channel, and DJ will slot into Tech.

“This is just the start though – as ever, we’ll keep working to improve MusicRadar and help users to find the stories they’re interested in and the info they need.

“With this slick front-end and a revitalised, expanded editorial team, we’re now ready to drive MusicRadar to new heights.’

Additionally, MusicRadar will be increasing its content output with the addition of two new members to the editorial team.  Simon Arblaster joins the Tech team covering keyboards and synths, software. Michael Brown joins the Guitar team covering electric, acoustic, bass guitars as well as amplifiers, fx and accessories. 

Source: Future

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