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TechnoBuffalo: Tell us what you think about our new redesign

by Roy Choi | February 1, 2017February 1, 2017 11:50 am PDT

Welcome! You may have noticed a fresh new look to TechnoBuffalo, including new logo, branding and layout. A compete site redesign has been in the works for over a year now. In fact our Director of Operations, Sean Aune, has been living this redesign for almost the better part of two years.  (Make sure to thank him for all his hard work, it took a  a lot of time and effort.) We are excited to share the changes with you.

The site has been redesigned from the ground up with the user in mind. The new site can run up to six times faster without cutting out features. In fact. the new changes allow our writers and video producers to better tell the stories focused on technology, gaming and entertainment in an even more immersive way.

Please, take a look around and give us your feedback. A big part of the push to redesign TechnoBuffalo was in large part due to feedback we received from you. We heard from many of you regarding the quantity and quality of ads on the previous site. Some of those changes take a lot of backtracking to eliminate bad ads. We will continue to add new features and elements to give you the best experience possible. Your feedback will be vital in continuing to improve TechnoBuffalo.

Speaking of feedback, we’ve also made a shift from our existing commenting system. Moving forward, we will integrate Facebook’s commenting tools.  We made this change after feedback from site users, our writers and industry colleagues. We discussed this change for a better part of year, debating the pros and cons of various commenting systems. In the end, we decided that it would be best at this time to go with the Facebook platform. Remember to keep the conversation productive and civil.

Thank you to our loyal readers and viewers who have been with us for years. Welcome to new readers, we hope you stick around and take in the great content from some of the best writers and video producers around.

Sincerely,

Roy Choi
Editor in Chief


Roy Choi

Roy Choi is a Southern California native. He has been infatuated with technology reviews ever since he bought his first crummy laptop in the summer...

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