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02 Aug 2004
The San Francisco Examiner has redesigned its Web site and has done something no other newspaper has been able to accomplish: They’ve launched an attractive, readable, standards-compliant design. The front page is almost blog-like in it’s simplicity and usability. It validates as XHTML 1.0 Transitional. And even the archives are great — browse month-by-month with a shockingly intuitive interface: a calendar.
Now, if the paper would just hire a few journalists, they’d really be on to something.
Update: sfexaminer.com Webmaster Jim Ramsey did this redesign in-house, as well as the last four before it. Nice work!