A flagship Scottish daily has retired its old desktop and mobile websites after switching to a new responsive format.
As reported by HTFP in September, the Scotsman unveiled its new site in beta as part of a major print and online relaunch.
The change was made to allow it to be accessed more easily on tablet and mobile devices, and four new digital channels called Future Scotland, We Know Scotland, Giving Back and a new Heritage channel were also launched.
The full switchover to the new site was announced in a piece on the Johnston Press-owned title’s homepage on Tuesday.
It read: “At the Scotsman we’re truly proud to be one of Scotland’s best known and most trusted news brands and next year we celebrate 200 years in print.
“But we’re far from complacent, so we’re changing to meet the needs of the dynamic, exciting Scotland we live in today.
“The Scotsman has a new look and a modern context and our fresh new website is a progressive leap forward in harmony with our smart and digitally savvy nation.
“We have more lifestyle content with online videos for arts and travel to suit the vitality and diversity of our nation.
“It will still have top-quality, comprehensive news and sports reporting with incisive and stimulating commentary and analysis; and extended business features to celebrate Scotland’s soaring enterprise.
“Scotland is evolving fast but The Scotsman is right at the centre of these exhilarating times, thanks entirely to the loyal support of you, our cherished and discerning readers.”