You may have noticed the Internet has changed under your nose. Web standards have matured enough that designers have more flexibility in typeface choices, layouts, and interactive elements. The prime medium for delivering web content has pivoted from the static and simple browser window to the mobile app. To take advantage of these developments, we’re launching a new design. Readers, rejoice—the day of an on-the-go, crisply formatted, mobile-friendly Juvenile Instructor has arrived.
Our first design goal was to go mobile. You will notice when visiting the site on a mobile device the layout changes, adjusting the text sizes and page widths to suit the screen. This responsive layout adapts to whatever device you’re on, whether a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or 4K widescreen TV. So, be sure to add us to your device’s home screen for one-tap access. (This tutorial works for any smartphone or tablet.)
We also wanted to enhance the readability of the articles and comments. Now that all major browsers support custom fonts, we can offer improved formatting. To take full advantage of this feature, make sure you’ve updated your browser to the latest version.
We hope you enjoy the new design. Let us know in the comments how it’s working on your platform.