Here’s how the updated NPR Music home page looks on a tablet, at right. The page provides access to content from NPR music and member stations.
The organization said it has “visually remastered” its home page to offer users “a discovery-forward music experience across all platforms — from 80-inch screens to Google glasses.” It calls the design more responsive and navigation more thoughtful.
New features include a list of daily “Songs We Love” from NPR Music staff and public radio hosts.
The organization promises “richer curation across favorite series, station streams, programs, blogs, as well as interviews, reviews and segments heard on NPR newsmagazines.”
The launch day featured a visit from artist T-Pain.
This update follows other recent tweaks including more responsive video pages, faster players and bigger visuals.