#Quartz has a new look — and for the first time, a #homepage (mais d’un type bien particulier) ▻http://qz.com/246831/quartz-has-a-new-look-and-for-the-first-time-a-homepage
Yes, the homepage is still dead, which is why our new front door is quite different from most.
Now, when you come to qz.com, we are offering an efficient briefing on global business news, called the Brief. It’s intended to be read straight through, like a well written memo from a trusted advisor. What it’s not is a sea of headlines, like you find on the homepages of many news sites.
Think of the Brief as a continually updated version of our popular morning email, the Daily Brief, which will continue to be published as usual. As always, we will link you to the best sources for each story, whether that’s us or someone else. Some notes in the Brief, denoted by an arrow, can be expanded to reveal more information about developing news. Our journalists around the world will be keeping the Brief updated at all times, so loyal readers can check in at any time of day. It works particularly well on your phone.
#sites_d'information #mobile #newsletter cc @baroug @xporte
ce passage plus pour @booz :
And as we add things to the site, it’s important that we also take some away. We are removing two features because they are little used: starring stories to read later and highlighting passages to share with others. Those of you who miss the functionality should know we still believe in the spirit of experimenting with tools like these.
et ça pour les amateurs d’exergue/dame blanche (le débat a-t-il été tranché ?)