The redesign comes ahead of the magazine's 90th anniversary in February. The newly crafted site includes single-screen scrolling, larger photographs and makes it "a great deal more attractive," the New Yorker said.
But the new look of newyorker.com isn't the only change. Along with a new blog known as the "Daily Cultural Comment," the magazine is also promising to make every new piece of content that they publish available to all readers-- not just subscribers-- for the entire summer.
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