New York—Forbes Media announced last week the redesign of Forbes and the latest step in the revamping of Forbes.com.
One of the goals of the redesigns is to foster greater compatibility and interactivity between the print and online editions. The magazine will feature more white space, contemporary photography and a cleaner design.
The online redesign emphasizes Forbes.com’s bloggers. “The redesign allows Forbes to put journalism at the center of social media by creating new opportunities for content creators, the audience and marketers to participate in the conversation in real time as it unfolds on our digital and print platforms,” Lewis D’Vorkin, chief product officer at Forbes Media, said in a statement.