USA Today’s new design debuts in print today

USA Today’s new design debuts today with a front page note from new publisher Larry Kramer, who joined the paper in May. All eyes are on the dot. “USA TODAY’s new logo — a large circle in colors corresponding to the sections — will be an infographic that changes with the news, containing a photo or image that represents key stories of the day,” the paper explained in its announcement. Below the new front page is one from August 27 and one from August 13, for comparison. All appear courtesy of the Newseum. The USA Today website will also be redesigned. || Related: Inside the new USA Today redesign (Charles Apple)

Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum

Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum

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  • Anonymous

    RE: All eyes are on the dot.O YEAH? “USA TODAY’s new logo — a large circle in colors corresponding to the sections — will be an infographic that changes with the news, containing a photo or image that represents key stories of the day,” BUT WAIT:
    did you know the Big BLUE DOT on cover page USA DAY , same size and icon used by National Inquirer for many years as its LUCKY CHARM, with nat Inq if you rub the blue dot, you will have good luckthey told readers? DID USA TODAY steal this?

  • Anonymous

    USA TODAy …, did you know the Big BLUE DOT? on cover page USA DAY , same size and icon used by National Inquirer for many years as its LUCKY CHARM, with nat Inq if you rub the blue dot, you will have good luck? DID USA TODAY steal this?