A couple months ago, we launched the beta test of a revamped version of Techdirt with some key new features, most importantly a responsive design for a better experience on phones and other devices. As we noted, it wasn't about diving into a big redesign, but incrementally improving the blog, for a variety of reasons.
Today, we're coming out of beta and turning on the new version of Techdirt for all users!
Apart from some small adjustments to the layout and sizing, very little has changed if you're viewing the site on a desktop or laptop screen — but if you're on a mobile device, you'll see we've changed everything to fit naturally on any size of screen. We're not blazing any trails here: this is something we've needed to do for quite a while now, and we're excited to finally launch it.
If you want to know more about the strategy behind the changes and a few details on the implementation, check out our post announcing the beta. And if you have feedback on the updated site, let us know via our contact form or on Twitter!
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