Premium Users Now Can Experience Our New Site
Written by Michael Larabel in Phoronix on 30 June 2015 at 10:36 AM EDT. 33 Comments
PHORONIX --
For Phoronix Premium visitors accessing our website today, you're now the first with access to the brand new Phoronix.com web design that's been almost entirely redesigned from scratch and supports a converged desktop/tablet/smartphone experience.


Mentioned yesterday was the new Phoronix site was materializing and as of a few minutes ago it's now enabled by default for those that are Phoronix Premium subscribers.


The site is much cleaner, quicker, and should now work excellent across all device form factors. With being a premium subscriber, the same benefits are still there of being an ad-free interface, multi-page articles are shown on a single page, etc. Underneath the new site design is powered by our in-house PHXCMS-10 content management system. The few dollars per month in subscription fees goes to support all of our Linux hardware testing done day-in and day-out at Phoronix.


Later in July once any issues are worked out and the feedback of premium subscribers addressed, the new website will roll-out to everyone. If you want to access the new site and aren't currently a member, please consider subscribing to Phoronix Premium to gain access and further support this leading Linux enthusiast web-site.


For Phoronix Premium subscribers now on the new site, feel free to share your thoughts and feedback within the forums.
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