PlayStation.Blog design revamped

Sony Computer Entertainment America’s launched their long-in-development PlayStation.Blog redesign today. And it’s friggin’ sexy.

“Over the past year, we’ve been analyzing where readers click on the site and, as you can see, items like PlayStation Store update posts and recent stories light up like a Christmas tree. If you only decorate your tree with white lights, that is,” wrote PlayStation Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein. “When we coupled this info with traffic patterns, Google searches, and other data, it was pretty clear what types of things Blog readers like yourself are looking for when you visit. This redesign addresses these needs.”

Sony’s broken down the entire redesign in a blog post introducing the new look. Read that through here.

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