We’re excited to introduce to you a new look for the Born to Learn community. We’ve made big changes to the design and navigation to make it easier to not just find what you want, but also to discover new articles, discussions, news, and expert advice.
Let’s take a stroll through the some of the new features, starting with the Born to Learn home page:
Get where you’re going faster. We’ve made it easier to access your favorite places on the Born to Learn Community—blogs, forums, study groups and more are a click away from the top navigation menu.
Keep up with new and noteworthy posts. Catch up with the latest posts on Born to Learn blogs and forums.
This is a good time to remind you that you can keep up with the latest activities by subscribing to RSS feeds or daily or weekly email digests—most subscription options are located at the top-right of the blog or forum.
New blog articles. We wanted to give you a simple way to keep up with all the new posts across Born to Learn blogs. The new blog module displays a tabbed view of the latest articles from some of the popular blogs.
Easier-to-browse blogs. Leaving no stone unturned, we’ve rolled out a new design and layout for the Born to Learn blogs. The clean look is easier to get around and improves the reading experience.
What do you think of the new look? Speak your mind!
I like the new look, really metro style .... errr .... I mean "Windows 8" style :-) (wink wink)
for now it's a bit strange, but we will see how it feels with the daily use ...
thanks for your hard work.
This is great. I like the easy navigation, Clean look and layout. Keep it up. We'll let you know should we have any required updates or enhancements to be done.
Nice and clean.
The only thing i would change is the font choice. Times is too oldskool
Just discover it and like it, this reoganization is very interesting. Thanks for that
Hi, the new look is, frankly speaking, a PITA!
Such a waste of space. First thing I did was to zoom out in order to reduce to scroll. The font size is simply for sight-reduced people. Sorry but the general 'Content over Chrome' approach went completely wrong here.
Even the line spacing in the comments... Where do your designers get those ideas?
I'm quite unhappy about the visual part.
Just my 2 cents, JoKi