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Apple website takes home .net award

updated 10:45 am EST, Fri January 11, 2008

Apple site wins .net award

The official Apple website has been been given an award by British web culture magazine .net. The site took home the "Best Redesign of the Year" title, for the new look that premiered shortly before the release of the iPhone in June. Some changed elements included a new menu bar at top, and the use of segmented "windows" on product pages, such as that for the iPhone. Apple beat out challengers such as Manchester United, the New York Times and Guardian Unlimited.

Among other awards, .net also distributed one for the best podcast, granting it to Russell Brand of BBC Radio 2, who airs popular comedy and music from his UK radio show. BBC Radio 1's Chris Moyles came in third, while other nominees included Media Guardian, Onion Radio News, and this WEEK in TECH.

by MacNN Staff



  1. chirpy22

    Joined: Dec 1969


    for what??

    the new Apple site is harder to navigate and much harder to find what you're looking for. it takes more clicks and more looking around to figure out what you can do. whoever redesigned the site has no idea what site navigation is about.

  1. hezekiahb

    Joined: Dec 1969



    You gotta be kidding me, I hated the old site! The search feature rocks & things are in a much more logical place instead of being in weird unexpected places.

    I guess it's all perspective.

  1. chirpy22

    Joined: Dec 1969


    ok then

    if you were a first time visitor how would you find movie trailers?

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