Website’s design easier to read
I was pleasantly surprise tonight when I opened Herald-Net’s newly reformatted website. It is beautifully organized and very easy to read. Recently, I had cataract surgery and for the first time in 62 of my 69 years, I am able to read your newspaper articles without wearing glasses or having to change the font size for my old eyes.
Everything presented is clean and crisp. I know it took a lot of work to redesign your website. I am a long-time subscriber to your print subscription. My mother-in-law who is 97 reads it every day from front to back. I much prefer reading the headlines and accessing the articles of personal interest.
I share many of the local articles with a friend in Kansas (former Edmonds Community College president, Jack Oharah) who continues to take an interest in our local area with particular interest in educational issues and the changes in our aerospace activities.
I haven’t tried emailing articles yet; but, will give it a try later.
Thanks for removing all the old clutter (ads) from the new format.
I believe the Herald has set a new standard for websites. Hopefully, other newspaper outlets will eventually follow suit.