The world of journalism is evolving quickly, as traditional media outlets, such as newspapers and magazines, figure out how to best position themselves online.
At Hub & Spoke, we’ve been lucky enough to work with over a half dozen publications, ranging from traditional magazines covering specific industries to regional prestige publications that talk about the latest in travel, food and fun.
When Heartland Hub approached us this spring, we jumped at the opportunity to help chart the course of a new online-only media outlet hoping to reinvent community coverage.
The Columbia Business Times needed an evolution of their website.
At the forefront of Columbia business news, the Columbia Business Times needed to match their publication’s feel and style and bridge that experience to the web. We were eager to help create the new website.
Adding a flexible mobile experience was crucial, as readership is always on the go. With a responsive web design, reading articles and staying current is now accessible on all devices.
A choice between using a mobile site or desktop version is no longer needed. Now, it just works. We wanted to keep the design clean and simple, matching the same fonts and finishing touches of the printed magazine.
We believe your website should represent who you are and what you do, intersecting great design with user accessibility. We strive to meet the needs of each client no matter how unique. Contact us today to schedule a meeting or just to talk.