The ProBlogger Website Gets A Fresh New Look

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Darren Rowse’s ProBlogger site just got a brand new redesign with updated typography, colors, and content structure.

The previous design was established somewhere around 2012 and has remained steady up until this revamp in 2016. Darren’s success comes from content that teaches visitors how to blog and earn money from blogging. So this new content restructuring aims to make browsing content simpler and makes finding specific content easier.

Perhaps the biggest change to regular readers will be the location of the blog. Previously all blog posts were listed on the homepage like a traditional blog. Now you’ll find blog posts under a different page while the new homepage is more of a portal to all of Darren’s content like podcasts, e-books, events, and similar resources.

The color scheme has undergone drastic changes moving from the teal/grey/orange palette over to varying shades of blue. One consistent element is the ProBlogger logo which looks the same in its stationary top-left position.

I’ve included screenshots pulled from the announcement post that showcase the old ProBlogger design compared to the new ProBlogger design.

Old Design

old previous problogger website homepage

New Design

new problogger website design homepage screenshot

To see the new layout for yourself just visit the site and feel free to share your thoughts with the team on Twitter @problogger.


Author: Jaime Morrison

Jaime is a jr. designer interested in mobile UI/UX research and frontend web development with JavaScript frameworks. He covers general news and useful resources in the web design space.