The Montana Department of Labor and Industry announced Monday the launch of its new department Web page at dli.mt.gov. In a written statement, the department said the new site will â€œimprove functionality and customer service for Montana workers, employers, contractors and taxpayers.â€ The site was designed and built in-house and is responsive. The redesign is… Continue reading Department of Labor and Industry launches new website
Yesterday, I rolled out a redesigned version of our [photo galleries page][gallery] that aims to simplify what had been a cluttered and mostly overlooked page.
The state of Montana updated [its website](http://www.mt.gov) today, emphasizing ease of use for visitors on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Jayson O’Neill, spokesman for Gov. Brian Schweitzer, said the new, responsive design also makes searching the state government’s site more of an emphasis. In a written statement, the governor said, “This will enable the… Continue reading State of Montana adopts responsive website design
It’s a question our publisher settled for the Chronicle when she asked me Wednesday to return the date to the top of our site. I had removed it during the slight redesign we did back in June to launch our metered paywall. In its place, I had put links that our readers now use, once… Continue reading Do news sites need dates at the top of them?
The Chronicle’s website won first place in Division IV at the Montana Newspaper Association’s annual awards banquet in Big Sky this weekend.
I’ve been a bit busy the past week or so, what with the new duties of city editor kicking in for me here at the paper, so posting on here has been sporadic. I hope to get my schedule tamed and resume regular posting soon, starting with this gem: If you are a regular visitor… Continue reading Meet the new blue