People Are Saying Awfully Nice Things About Our New Website. (We’re Flattered, Really.)

This week, we launched the new The verdict (so far): You guys actually like this thing!

story by Dan Oshinsky
published April 22, 2012 Hey, People Like Us!

So this week, we launched the new, responsively-designed The response has pretty awesome so far.

Storified by Dan Oshinsky · Fri, May 11 2012 09:22:06

Pulling up the curtain on the new tomorrow. Anyone want a sneak peek? — D.O.
That was Sunday night. And then Monday, we finally launched the sucker with this tweet:
It is with much excitement that I announce the grand re-opening of Please, come in, look around a while, won’t you?Dan Oshinsky
And here’s what people have had to say so far about our new site:
@StryUs Love the new look! Visually pleasing and super easy to navigate!Heather Cottle
@danoshinsky The site’s gorgeous, sir.Matt Thompson
@danoshinsky @stryUs Can’t get over how phenomenal the new site looks! Keep up the good work. Rosenberg
definitely worth a look if you are interested in the future of journalism — from @danoshinsky: http://stry.usMathew Ingram
@mathewi is fascinating. The web should be home to quiet spaces built for big-idea contemplation. Thx for sharing.Tenille B
@StryUs A very promissing new venture on long-form journalism Looking good guys!!!Pedro Monteiro
Gorgeous site. RT @mathewi: definitely worth a look if you are interested in the future of journalism — http://stry.usJason Zaragoza
If you’re a fan of innovative journalistic storytelling then I’d recommend this new US website – via @DJBentleyPaul Harrison
news start-up in Missouri by @danoshinsky is a cool way of telling/showing stories. (thx @mathewi & @KDMCinfo)Gregory Thomas
really digging @stryus. strong example of responsive design in service of journalistic storytelling. Thompson
#journalism + #design = #awesomeness Woodlief
Stry is a beautiful new news project responsively designed by @hearsparkbox: via @drawarMike Davidson
And this last one was especially cool. It comes from Ethan Marcotte, the father of responsive web design. He said:
Whoa. @AndrewRocco sends along a site with interviews as thoughtful as the (responsive!) design is gorgeous: Design
This summer, I pledged that would tell great stories and present them in a beautiful way. Now that the website’s up — and people seem to like the experience we’re giving them — it’s time for us to get about the real business:
Telling the stories.
And building the community.
It’s all coming soon — starting this May.