Newsweek's Relaunched Website Has a One-Track Mind—Readers First


Just two years into the new, we've launched a refresh of our website aimed at loading faster and optimizing graphics and ad performance, while also showcasing the best of Newsweek journalism. This isn't a wholesale rethink of the Newsweek digital experience, but it does bring us to a closer visual conversation with the print magazine and mobile experience. And it's just pretty, too.

The new site is built for the readers: You've told us what you want to see on, and we listened and will continue to listen. We've streamlined the homepage and article pages to more prominently display stories. Our print journalism is also easier to find now, since our archives are easier to browse.

Our work on improving the website is continual, and in the coming year, we will launch further improvements in both design and experience. We also encourage you to take a moment to enjoy our work, if you aren't already, by visiting for a special 30-day free trial of Newsweek.

Thanks so much for reading,
Kira, Kevin, Jackie and Jim

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