THE NEW PHORONIX SITE IS LIVE
Written by Michael Larabel in Phoronix on 4 July 2015 at 12:21 PM EDT. 61 Comments
PHORONIX --
For those in the US not busy celebrating Independence Day, come check out the brand new, completely redesigned Phoronix.com site. This new site is in beta but is publicly available and should yield a much better experience, particularly for smartphone and tablet readers.

After earlier this week rolling out the new site to Phoronix Premium users, their early feedback has been largely addressed and now it's time to roll out the site to everyone given it's a much better experience across all mobile devices. For now the new site is considered beta as throughout July (and beyond) there will be continued refinements to address any other issues, etc.

So with that said, check out the new Phoronix site and let us know what you think of it by commenting on this article in the forums. (Pardon the caps in the title, just making sure people notice this post to provide feedback or so people realize it was just rolled out if needing to refresh their browser for the new CSS/JS, etc.)

Also, special shout-out to the designer of the new UI, Jorge of Csnv.es. If you appreciate the new design and would like to help out you can do so by subscribing to Phoronix Premium or a PayPal tip or Bitcoin to help cover the costs along with our other Linux hardware expenditures.
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