CAMARILLO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WorkCompCentral’s Daily Newsletter and digital news website underwent a transformation over the weekend. The Daily Newsletter now uses a “responsive design” technology to display content on any smart device in full format with full functionality so it’s as easy to read on smartphones and tablets as it is on computer screens.
“We’ve used the latest standards and user interfaces to make the reading experience as fast and easy as possible as more of our readers migrate to mobile,” said WorkCompCentral CEO and Editor in Chief David DePaolo. “The newsletter displays perfectly on any smart device and readers can click through a headline into the full story without logging into the website.”
The redesigned news section of the WorkCompCentral website now supports photos and headlines with varying font sizes so that news editors can emphasize certain stories or columns and change the site’s look from day to day. “With this dynamic format, we can make top stories pop,” DePaolo added.
Readers will find the content more engaging and much easier to access. The revamped format features multi-media content and improved navigation, designed to increase content interaction and reader engagement. While news reporting remains the company’s core focus, WorkCompCentral is moving toward more personalized content interaction and reader engagement, according to DePaolo.
WorkCompCentral is the nation’s only daily publication reporting on the workers’ compensation industry. With its own team of award-winning journalists located around the country, the niche outlet covers legal, medical, legislative/regulatory and business issues, frequently breaking stories on industry scandals. Based in Camarillo, Calif., WorkCompCentral has grown from one employee (founder David DePaolo) to 30 since its inception in 1999. The company also produces continuing education courses and can be reached at 805-484-0333 and via www.workcompcentral.com.