Jul 22 2014

Behind the New FedTech Online

The FedTech website has been redesigned to serve readers on all types of devices.

FedTech Magazine Redesign

There’s no denying it. The way we consume and share content has changed dramatically over the past few years. Today, with the mobile revolution, the Internet’s wealth of information is always at our fingertips.

In the last issue, I described how we redesigned the print edition of FedTech to deliver a clean and modern aesthetic with some new content offerings.

But the FedTech website has also been retooled. The pinch-and-zoom struggle of visiting a nonresponsive version of the site is gone. Whether you’re reading on a tablet, smartphone or desktop computer, you’ll find that site content automatically adjusts to your screen’s requirements.

FedTech has been telling government IT stories for more than 11 years. We’ve learned that if you work at a federal agency, you’ll be most interested in how other agencies leverage technology to meet their mission needs. Drilling down further, the same holds true if you work for a particular defense, civilian, intelligence or other like-minded agency. Hearing the stories of your peers resonates, so we’ve added Agencies as a tab on the homepage to allow you to more easily find the stories that are most relevant to you.

With the redesign, we’ve also translated our print section The Byte into a new site feature that displays a constant update of news on assorted topics. It’s our way of introducing “the stream” to FedTech so readers can more quickly and easily keep up with a wider range of topics and stories.

Additional new FedTech site sections include Features, for all long-form articles; Tips & Tactics, for how-to pieces and best practices; and C-Suite, for discussions, challenges and ideas that impact executives at the highest levels of government.

Become an Insider

We’ve also created the FedTech Insider” program. By signing up, you’ll gain free access to our library of white papers and Tech Insights guides.

The Insider program; the redesigned print edition; and fresh, responsive website design — all are examples of our ongoing efforts to deliver new and better service to our readers.

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