It is with great gusto that Doejo gets to share with you the launch of our latest creation, a new and improved consequenceofsound.net. We have been privileged to work with the fledgling online music publication for over 4 years and this new UX project has been in the works for over a year now.
For the uninitiated, Consequence of Sound is probably the best rock n roll website on the net—IMHO, better than RollingStone, cooler than Pitchfork. CoS overflows with great content, news and opinion but spares you the snark, attitude and arrogance of their elder rivals. Boasting millions of visitors each month, this project was deployed on WordPress.com VIP.
“Consequence of Sound is now mobile responsive and will look just as great on your iPhone or Android phone as it does on the web,” CoS creator Alex Young wrote in a column announcing the re-launch. “The homepage is easier to navigate, our content is better presented, and Festival Outlook has been completely revamped.”
We’re still working with CoS to roll-out new features in the coming weeks, including the ability to personalize the homepage. “In other words, if you no longer want to see stories about Kanye West, you no longer have to see stories about Kanye West.”
But go ahead and check it out for yourself. This is one of Doejo’s biggest and stunning projects to date. We’re proud of our team and the work put forth, and psyched to have gotten the chance to make waves with such a groovy music site. Rock N Roll Never Dies.