Media Bulletin

Redesign for Web User

By Staff

7th February 2012

Category: Consumer

Web User, the consumer magazine for internet users, is unveiling a new look in its next issue, out on Thursday 9 February.

There will be new sections on free apps, browser add-ons, PC security and things to do online, as well as the new Weekend Project in the Practical section, providing readers with projects to take on in their free time.

To make it easier for readers to buy the right hardware and software the magazine has introduced Web User’s Best Buys, a guide to recent product tests. Accompanying this new section are Group Tests and Product Tests, which will be given more prominence in the front half of the magazine.

The News section has also been improved, with more focus on the stories that are important to readers in uncomplicated language to make difficult topics easier to digest. An extra page of expert answers to readers’ problems will also be included.

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