On Friday afternoon, we launched our redesigned home page at Kansas.com. We think you’ll find it easier to find the stories you’re looking for, and the site more organized. Congratulations and many thanks to our site programmer, Katie Lohrenz, for a great deal of hard work to make our news site easier to use.
Here’s a note posted Friday by Nick Jungman, our deputy editor for interactive:
You might have noticed that we’ve changed a few things on the Kansas.com home page.
We’ve been working for weeks to develop a new home page for the site that is cleaner and more organized. The often chaotic jumble of information we used to have on the home page has given way to a categorized, calmer design. We think it’s a vast improvement.
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But we know changes like this can be disorienting for our readers. We’ll certainly be making changes in the coming days based on your feedback, as well as extending some of these changes to other pages of the site. If you’re having trouble finding anything, or have any suggestions you’d like us to consider, please pass them along. You can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or sound off in the comments below.