The website for National Geographic Adventure has undergone a drastic redesign and has relaunched today with a fresh new look. Working from the premise that “less is more”, the new design is clean, easy to read, and does an excellent job of highlighting some of the sites more prominent features, such as the recently launched Adventure Blog.
Feature articles still receive their rightful place of honor right in the middle of the page, with a couple of excellent articles being added today such as this one on Best National Parks of 2008, or this one that takes a look at the recent Chinese crackdown on Everest.
The new layout is simple to navigate, doesn’t overwhelm you with advertisements, and places links to past articles and resources within easy reach. The flash previews for the highlighted articles seems to load faster, and the colorful images and logos pop out of the basic white background in an eye catching fashion.
The redesign gets a big thumbs up for me. Looks great!
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