Blog: A new just-style is coming...
Leonie Barrie | 14 May 2010
It has been a while, but we're getting a revamp. You may have stumbled across it already or been one of the lucky few to have had an invite to view it during its development. However, I am pleased to say that a 'beta site' ('test-site' for those of us outside the techy world) of the new-look just-style.com is open for business.
It can be found here.
We have just a few days now before we go fully live, but are keen to give as many of our readers the opportunity to view, test and comment on the new design, columns and features on offer.
When we launch next week, there will be a full update on the thinking and objectives of the new site, suffice to say that we believe it will deliver a huge step forward in the daily delivery of style information, insight and intelligence.
Remember, as a beta site, there are still a few issues to iron out. But, the countdown to the latest incarnation of just-style has begun and we'd love to hear your thoughts by clicking here.
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