News Publishing: Serving the Web

From late January to mid-December 2010, the Riverside Signal was first established and published as a standalone website (no mobile or tablet compatibility, as those things were just starting to be figured out). After three years as a print product, in Spring 2014 it returned to a new, upgraded mobile- and tablet-friendly site.

Both times the Riverside Signal was brought online it was under the guidance and hard work of Jeff Bittner, a Jersey Shore graphic artist and web developer, who collaborated with me to bring my ideas and vision to reality (oftentimes coming up with better ways of accomplishing the latter while quietly and respectfully dropping the former).

Below are several screenshots of our website, which in Winter 2015 was paired with the new all-digital e-mail news subscription service that produced town-specific editions for each of our seven municipalities.

The front page of the website, from a screenshot taken late October 2015.

The front page of the website, from a screenshot taken late October 2015.

A typical article page on the website, Autumn 2015.

A typical article page on the website, Autumn 2015.

An earlier version of the website, 2014 to early 2015.

An earlier version of the website, 2014 to early 2015.

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