Welcome to the all-new FOXSports.com
NOV 20, 2013 10:00a ET
Things look a bit different. New layout. New scoring products. New device look and feel. All wrapped in a fully responsive architecture that puts mobile at the heart of our design.
It’s been a transformative year here at FOX Sports. The start of a 24/7 sports network. The upcoming addition of US Open golf. Bill Raftery deciding to come aboard (ONIONS!!). Only fitting this year culminates with the launch of a completely redesigned FOXSports.com website, fully refreshed for every device. Unifying our digital experience was a primary focus this year. This launch is a significant step toward achieving that goal.
As with every new toy, some features stand out as particularly exciting.
Introducing … The Big Board
The Big Board is our new sports data playground. League summaries, scores, schedules, stats and results, all contextually linked to the editorial experience and immediately available on each sport’s front page. While connected, The Big Board is also a completely independent, information-rich environment, allowing you to lose yourself in sports.
A Bit Nomadic
A true restructuring in every sense. Layout. Gestures. Performance. Everything filters through a mobile-first lens. For the first time, FOXSports.com will be universally available, across all major devices, with a single visual identity. This is merely the first step in our commitment to innovation and evolution.
Keepin’ it Simple
Simplicity and focus. Two core principals to the entire initiative. The navigation bar has been dramatically simplified. Technological improvements eliminate unnecessary headline clutter and provide a perpetual stream of information. The new “Show More” pagination structure allows effortless and limitless discovery. The reverse-chronological scroll of the channel pages allows you to pick up right where you left off the last time you visited. Everything is designed to make content easier to find and easier to read.
If you have feedback, leave it. We want to hear from you.
And if you like what you see, stay awhile. Familiarize yourself. Get comfortable. And welcome to the all-new FOXSports.com.