October 17, 2011 in Web Design Critique

Web Design Critique: Boston Globe

This web design critique underlines  a technological shift in web design. The Boston Globe re-design further enchances the reputation of Responsive Design as a solution to our mobile web woes.

One design, Adaptive to many devices, as oppossed to a native web app solution, this is the way forward peeps. Your thoughts?


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10 Responses to Web Design Critique: Boston Globe

  1. abrewitt

    The Boston Globe is an interesting solution from a business model perspective, the solution allows one interface across many devices, which, surely allows better paywall acceptance from the subscibers.

  2. Matthew Pattinson

    wow that’s sweet – like a bag of sugar covered in cake icing – thanks anthony

  3. I used to feel bad about this problem but Boston Globe sounds to be helpful for me if it can really be adaptive to many devices, I would love to know more about Globe.thanks for sharing

  4. Good initiative taken to maintain website reputation. Its really useful if every good web developers adopt it. I really thankful to this blog that a very useful information provided here.

  5. Nice article, great to keep change upto new direction of developing resource. Thanks

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  7. london web design

    Boston Globe is very interesting from web design model business. Thanks

  8. web designing in chennai

    This is innovative for the web designers like us.

  9. adumpaul

    The creative web design.Thanks

  10. It’s a very cool, sleek design. I’ll look it up on my phone later and have a look there…

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