NYT Launches Redesigns For Print Sections


The New York Times has redesigned its feature sections in print. The redesign, which began today with Tuesday’s “Science Times,” will continue to roll out this week with each day’s feature sections, from Wednesday’s “Dining” to Sunday’s “Arts & Leisure.”

“We are devoted to an excellent reading experience for all Times readers, in print, online and across mobile,” Jill Abramson, the newspaper’s executive editor, said in a statement. “Our paper is the cornerstone of our journalism, and this redesign speaks to our ongoing commitment to our valued print readers.”

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This will be the first time all of the weekly feature sections have been redesigned as a whole.

The New York Times is constantly evolving visually, both in print and online,” Tom Bodkin, design director at The New York Times, said in a statement. “The goal was not to create an entirely new look, but to develop a more coherent, accessible, underlying structure across all sections.”

The redesign introduces tools to strengthen sections’ individual identities and to differentiate content types within sections. Renewed packages and section content include:

“Well,” a self-contained pull-out spread dedicated to personal health, combining news briefs and shorts from the popular Well blog on NYTimes.com, running in Science Times

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“In Transit,” a revamped page with calendar items, including tips and deals, plus news briefs, running in Travel

“Vows,” retooled as a standalone package, like Well, now with highlights of quirky and eccentric weddings, running in Sunday Styles


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