PlasticsNews.com may look a little different to you just now, but the tweaks you're seeing on your laptop or desktop will improve your views on your tablet or cell phone.
The changes are part of a move to “responsive web design,” which, essentially, means that whether you're viewing the PN website on your desktop, a tablet or your mobile phone, the site is now designed to adapt — or “respond” — to whatever device you're using.
Past web designs focused on standard computer screens could be frustrating if you're trying to read a story on a smaller screen like your smartphone, and have to continually move the image around to keep reading. With responsive web design, headlines and story summaries will adjust to your screen.
The same goes when you're reading full stories, using navigation tools or watching our web-exclusive Material Insights or Plastics News Now videos.
Changing our web technology now will allow us to keep up with changing technology coming from the consumer electronics industry, and help you keep tabs on what is going on of interest in the plastics industry.
Your registration information should track seamlessly over to the updated plasticsnews.com.
So check it out, and let us know what you think, or if you need help finding where something is. If you're having any problems, contact Pam Gillies at [email protected]