New Look, Who Dis?

FrontPageTech.com is back after a small hiatus — here’s what we changed!

Welcome back, Toilet Squad! 👋

Over the last couple of months, we’ve completed a huge overhaul of the website — mostly on the back-end. Here’s what we did!

New Server
We’ve transferred everything to a new cloud server. This should help improve with website uptime (which was a frustrating issue for us before), reliability and speed.

When we launched the site last year, we weren’t sure of what type of traffic to expect. Turns out… we needed a little more horsepower than we originally thought 😅

New Homepage Layout
We haven’t changed much about the site’s overall design, but we did NUKE the homepage.

Old Homepage

I was not happy with how cluttered the original homepage felt. In fact, it’s a frustration I have with many websites.

Most websites try to show you too much and I hate it.

I feel like FrontPageTech.com shouldn’t be packed with every news story — most of which, you won’t care about.

New Homepage

Upon loading the homepage, you’ll be greeted with ONE main story for the day. Yep. That’s it. Whatever we think is most important for you to see, you’ll see it.

The new homepage layout is simple and shows you exactly what we think you should care about. On FrontPageTech.com, we only write about stories that interest us and reports that we care about — and because we care, we think you should too.

New Homepage

As you scroll down the homepage, you’ll see the latest stories in chronological order. They’re big, modern, and easy to understand.

FrontPageTech.com was never meant to compete with the likes of The Verge, MacRumors, or 9to5Mac — our website is positioned to surface news that we find important, and ignore the rest. Like the main YouTube show, this website is a tastemaker of sorts.

Let us know what you think of the new look over on Twitter!

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