All three front pages, like the CBC News front which was redesigned a while ago, are built to the now-common 1024-pixel width.
Story pages and the CBC TV front page remain at 800-pixels wide, however, so are looking old-fashioned in comparison.
My favourite redesigned page is the Radio front. It’s stylish, but functional too: the all-important “listen live” information is at the top of the page, and it includes the current programs for each time zone.
My only gripe about the Radio front is the use of reversed text. I’m surprised the CBC would use grey text on a black background. Readability sacrificed for style?
The “main” front page at CBC.ca is designed to promote the network’s shows, but you can easily skip it to go directly to the section you want.
> Executive Director of Digital Programming Steve Billinger explains the key changes.
> CBC blogger Tod Maffin likes the new look for his beloved CBC Radio
> The readers’ views are – as usual – mixed.