Over the past few months, the team at Rainmaker Digital has been working hard to redesign Copyblogger.com.
We’re creating a new interface that will be easier to read and use. And we can’t wait to show it to you!
The new site isn’t quite ready yet. But in this post, we’re going to give you a sneak peek at what’s coming and why we’re making the changes you’ll see.
An easy-to-read serif font
For the first time in the history of Copyblogger, our text font will be a super clear and easy-to-read serif font.
What’s a serif font? Serifs are the little “flags” you see coming off the edges of letters. It’s a classic font style that’s perfectly suited for reading longer articles.
We’ll contrast the serif font, Freight Text, with our Proxima Nova font in headlines, subheads, and more. This combination should make it even faster to read and absorb the information you find here.
Streamlined style with abundant white space
Because Lauren Mancke — our resident design guru at StudioPress — designed our new pages, you know they’re going to feature abundant white space and be easy on the eyes.
Lauren’s magic design touch adds a feeling of light and openness to everything she creates.
Even though the new site features the same amount of information, it’s spacious and clutter-free.
Quick access to our vast archives
Speaking of easier to use, we’re going to display our categories below posts.
Since 2006, Copyblogger has provided top-notch content marketing education. That’s a lot of articles to