New Media Age has relaunched its website, nma.co.uk, to help readers navigate more easily through its wealth of content.
A more powerful search functionality has been introduced to let readers trawl newmediaage’s history as the only title to cover the interactive media and marketing industries consistently for the past 14 years.
Content has been broken down into News, Opinion and Features to more closely reflect the interests of readers. The Data section features all nma’s coverage of industry research, statistics and trends. Content is now more intuitively categorised and this section will evolve to provide tools to help you better analyse the data held on the site.
nma editor Justin Pearse says: “In fact, in the spirit of perpetual beta, the whole site will evolve: video content, such as ad campaigns from Ad Watch, integrated Twitter feeds, blogging from the new media age editorial team and selected industry figures are all set to appear on the site in the coming months.”
The Jobs section of the site has also been improved, with the aim of providing a more powerful resource at this time of economic instability, including editorial advice and information in addition to the vacancy ads themselves.