What blog can go through a major structural overhaul without a major visual one as well? Certainly not this one! Today marks the first "official" day of the new Where, with the fully redesigned blog site up and running. There won't be any more post-a-thons for a while, so your RSS feeder has some time to breathe. On average, we're aiming to put out between eight and ten posts every week, with all posting taking place during the Monday-through-Friday grind. In other words, we hope to be your favorite distraction from work.
In the coming weeks, we'll be relaunching several popular Where features -- namely, Weekend Reading, now retooled as a geographically diverse report on what's doin' in urbanism across the globe; and a slightly tweaked Urbanffffinds, which will now draw from Where's extensive FFFFOUND! archive for curated posts that (we hope) will be less about eyecandy and more about communicating an idea with imagery.
In the coming weeks, we're hoping that you, dear reader, will take a look around the new site and let us know what you think. If you have a suggestion for how the new template could be improved, do not hesitate to let us know. We're pretty excited about the new look, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement! So take some time today to get used to Where's fresh face and enjoy the new stream of content. The pacing might be a bit uneven at the start while we get used to the way things work backstage, but in a couple of weeks everything should be running smoothly.