Opinion

A new look for P&I’s website; what do you think?

Readers of Pensions & Investments online have probably noticed our website has changed.

Today, with the publication of the results of the 44th edition of our Largest Money Managers survey, we also officially launch the newest version of pionline.com.

We've worked for more than a year to redesign the site to improve readability and present stories, graphic elements and videos in an airier, more appealing format.

In addition to creating a more readable outlet for our news and data, we've also worked to create a platform with more and better opportunities for advertisers to communicate with our audience.

The biggest change is that the site is now designed to respond (and resize) so you get the best, most readable, version of P&I — whether you come to pionline.com from your smartphone, tablet or computer.

We know our readers are often on the move, and we hope this makes staying in touch with P&I and the industry easier and more convenient.

The redesigned pionline.com includes all of the same stories and data about managing institutional assets and running defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans you have come to rely on.

But the navigation functions differently. We hope it makes it easier for you to find quickly and read the stories you want. We hope it helps you find more of what you are looking for, and also helps you discover more that you'll be interested in.

The new design also gives us more room to highlight interesting and important stories or data, and it lets us feature three times as many videos on the home page than before.

All of these changes are intended to keep the website's look and feel as up-to-date as the content.

Please spend some time on the new site, see what you can find, enjoy exploring for news, editorials and other opinion pieces; watch a video; respond to the poll; and then let us know what you think.

We value your insights on the news and information we publish and on the way we are delivering it. Don't hesitate to let us know what you think.

This article originally appeared in the May 29, 2017 print issue as, "A new look for P&I's website; what do you think?".