‘Computerworld’ unveils redesign

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Framingham, Mass.—IDG’s Computerworld Monday introduced a redesign that includes new typefaces, article pages with more white space and more space given to photography, and a reworking of the magazine’s “Shark Tank” section.

“The investment in this redesign will benefit readers by showcasing the IT strategy and needed insight in a more contemporary format designed to enhance our readers’ journey throughout the magazine to view editorial and advertiser information,” John Amato, publisher of Computerworld, said in a statement.

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