By: E&P Staff
The Los Angeles Times has undergone a redesign for it main section and Sunday Calendar.
On Sunday, the paper revealed the new A section with skyboxes to spotlight stories inside, larger headlines, more photographs, and information graphics like sidebars, story boxes, maps and diagrams.
“A key goal of the new design is to highlight stories and information,” said Joseph Hutchinson, Los Angeles Times creative director, in a statement. “We have more tools in the design to differentiate the wide range of stories in the A section. Plus, information-rich display elements provide more entry points to stories and ways to disseminate information quickly so that readers can easily find things of interest to them.”
On Sunday Oct. 29, the paper will introduce the revamped Calendar section slicing it into two parts: “Movies/TV/Style” and “Arts & Music.”
“The Sunday Calendar redesign builds on our coverage strengths and allows us to offer readers more robust content that addresses their immediate interests and needs,” said John Montorio, Los Angeles Times associate editor, in a statement.