PRLog - Aug. 31, 2014 - New Game Network Ltd (http://www.newgamenetwork.com)
New Website Look
Co-founder and Executive Editor Alex V commented: "The new website represents months of work and a fresh outlook for our corner of the Internet. The 2.0 design has evolved significantly over time, but with 3.0 we have completely reinvented the site and hope that our readers will enjoy the new style, functionality, and performance."
Dubbed New Game Network V3.0, the new web portal is now ready for new and existing fans and readers to dive into the new features and look. Some of the major features of the new version include a complete technical redesign that is fully compliant with the latest HTML5 technologies, and as a result improved loading speeds for the content. Users are sure to appreciate a refreshed visual style that falls more in line with the modern web design practices, featuring new navigation options, better colors, and stylized graphics. There are also many new usability features, such as Related Games info box, new designs to more clearly present information, cross-platform content referencing, and a new global font for better readability.
"We tore out the inner components of the old site and rebuilt them with usability in mind. We will continue to work on the layout and functionality over the coming months, so fan feedback is always welcome," said Ben Thomas, Co-founder and Web Architect.
New Game Network first launched in January 2009, with the debut design featuring the classic PHPNuke CMS. Shortly after in the summer of 2009, NGN V2.0 was introduced to the world and has served as the main portal until today. New Game Network V3.0 marks the end of a successful era for the previous design, and a start of a wholly new and even better experience for readers.
About New Game Network
New Game Network Ltd (NGN) is an online publication which focuses on video game reviews, news, and articles dedicated to the Windows PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Wii U platforms. The website first opened in January 2009, and has gained new members, readers, and fans ever since. NGN is independently owned and operated. Please visit http://www.newgamenetwork.com for more information.