The New York Times on losing inches in its latest redesign
The New Times’ latest redesign has the front page of the paper down to an inch.
That’s down from the previous design that featured a 6-inch-by-10-inch display.
The Times is still using the old front page that featured the old style.
The new design is a smaller version of the old one.
The design has changed to include a large red, white, and blue “lamp” in the bottom left corner of the page.
The Times has been looking for a redesign since 2011, but its redesign was postponed in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
The redesigns for its flagship, the Times’ sister publication, The New Yorker, and the Boston Globe were also delayed after the attacks.
In a recent blog post, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said he had met with the Times CEO to discuss the redesign.
In an interview with the New York Post, the mayor said he was not happy with the new design.
“I’m not happy about the redesign,” de Blasio told the newspaper.
“It’s a little bit of a backwards step.”
The Times redesign was announced last October.
The newspaper said at the time that it was updating its site to be more “consistent with our mission of providing the broadest and most reliable newspaper content and services.”