We have been working hard since we launched our redesign, but most of our improvements have been under the hood. We understand that architects access ArchDaily not only when sitting at their offices, but at any time where inspiration and knowledge is required. Our creative minds don't work on a fixed schedule, and it starts operating when we are commuting, walking down the street, traveling, visiting a building, or when looking out the window.
And it was in the mobile devices (phones and tablets), that accompany us all the time, where ArchDaily was falling short.
Today we are happy to announce that our new responsive design is live, replacing our outdated mobile version and eliminating all the issues our tablet visitors were having. This new layout will adjust to the screen of the device that you use to visit ArchDaily.
Our design and development team has worked hard on this version, and we know there are many things we can improve, but we wanted to get it out as soon as possible in order to get all your feedback.
So please, let us know what you think about this version, how it looks on your device, if something doesn't work, etc. Our team will be reading the comments as always :)
David and the ArchDaily team.