• Robbert EsserRobbert Esser, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Much better! I already liked their football website which is live now for a couple months → http://www.espnfc.com/

    5 points
    • Account deleted over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

      I still think espnfc.com is one of the best designed news sites ever. It definitely helps that it's representing a specific niche (football/soccer) and that they have access to compelling imagery for just about every article imaginable, but the way the content is presented is really fantastic.

      They also seem to have the benefit of not having to have as much ad space mixed in - which to be honest - can wreck havoc on any design once you have background takeovers, etc.

      3 points
      • Robbert EsserRobbert Esser, over 8 years ago

        Definitely one of the best redesigns together with Bloomberg and the new Virgin Atlantic website. I think ESPNFC was designed by Rally Interactive. Not sure if they did this one as well.

        0 points
    • Kyle CaseKyle Case, over 8 years ago

      I love the espnfc design. The new espn.go.com design feels a little too busy. *Note I am logged in, with several "Favorite" teams, so it might look a little busier for me. It's a huge improvement from the old site, but it feels like a ton of logos, images and colors fighting for my attention. IMO they would be better off removing the "favfeed" section and integrating favorites into the top menu.

      1 point
  • Renz BRenz B, over 8 years ago

    The logo serves as the loader. Clever!

    4 points
  • Dan Boland, over 8 years ago

    IMHO this is a monumental achievement.

    1 point
  • Matt SistoMatt Sisto, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Awww, I'm going to miss that ... ermmm ... "beautiful" red-to-gray gradient background.

    This is a long, long overdue redesign.

    0 points
  • Brandon MorrealeBrandon Morreale, over 8 years ago

    Ugh, a lot of more focused content is still being pulled from the old site and it looks bad.

    0 points
  • J AJ A, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )


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  • Nic LanzilloNic Lanzillo, over 8 years ago

    Hats off to the ESPN product team and possibly Rally Interactive (not sure if they were involved in this project?)! I know this must of been a huge undertaking.

    0 points
  • Paul LPaul L, over 8 years ago

    Looks great! I wouldn't mind seeing the font size bumped up a bit on the body copy though. Even at 16px it seems rather small.

    0 points
  • Account deleted over 8 years ago


    Man, I agree about the point of it being better simply because it's now responsive (loved the 61% only-mobile stat), but this "introducing" article feels so half-assed... leaving most non-tech/design users probably scratching their heads as to why it truly is better than the last. They could have spun this much better IMHO.

    0 points
    • Brian BehrendBrian Behrend, over 8 years ago

      That's a new article that looks like an excerpt from their article that IS specifically for designers/tech people that was on Medium.

      http://espn.go.com/espn/redesign/ is the link they were showing yesterday in the overlay announcing the redesign.

      0 points
      • Account deleted over 8 years ago

        Nah - it's right on their homepage below the masthead/main story stuff. It's what they are directing visitors to. It's been there since the launch a few hours ago now...

        0 points
  • Wesley HainesWesley Haines, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )



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  • Cody IddingsCody Iddings, over 8 years ago

    Such an improvement from the redesign from last year!

    0 points
  • Clay MacTavishClay MacTavish, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Looks the same as the ESPN from 10, 5, 3, 2 years ago. Maybe I'm not seeing a different version.

    ...and it's too early for April fools.

    0 points