TMCnet Gets a Redesign


While many of you were busy in the malls this past weekend or trying to find the best price on that new digital camera yesterday on Cyber Monday, the dedicated team of designers and programmers here at TMC worked day and night and night and day to bring you a new look and feel.

Over the past years, many of you have told me that you love to come to TMCnet on a daily basis and the hundreds of stories and blog entries we write on a daily basis contain everything you need to navigate the telecom and tech worlds. At the same time, many of you have told us the interface TMCnet has looks busy. Others have told me it is not clear that 50-100 writers contribute to TMCnet on a  daily/weekly basis.

Our new redesign is meant to adress all of these great requests and we hope you enjoy the new TMCnet.

One last point… Thanks to the 2-3 million communications and technology decision makers who visit TMCnet monthly and thanks to the TMC team for doing such a great job on this redesign. I should also mention this redesign is ongoing and is still being rolled out over our millions of pages. If you see something that you think can be improved, please drop us a line.

  • Van Theodorou
    December 3, 2008 at 8:15 am

    I like the new layout,very easy to find what you are looking for which IMHO is most important element of design.

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TMCnet Gets a Redesign

I am very happy to be the first to tell you TMCnet is in the midst of one of its largest graphical overhauls. We are very proud of our new look which emphasizes softer blue colors and shades.

There are millions of pages on TMCnet and half or more of these pages have been updated so far. We expect to be finished with the update in the next 48 hours or so.

We would love your feedback.

  • Randall
    April 8, 2008 at 1:12 pm

    The re-design is fantastic, very crisp, clean, professional and subtle. My only constructive feedback would be to make some of the longer categories on the left hand navigation bar collapsible.
    Nice work!

  • John Lee
    April 9, 2008 at 9:13 pm

    I like it. Professional look, and pulls together some of the key content chunks better…
    Great Work!

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