Today’s Editorial for June 30: Redesign done with you in mind

If you’re reading this, you’re holding a redesigned edition of the Caymanian Compass.

The new look was introduced to our advertisers and readers on Monday.

We hope you like the redesign; it’s been in the works for quite a while.

The redesign was done with you, the advertiser and reader, in mind. We think the new look makes the daily Caymanian Compass easier to read and navigate.

We also think the redesign makes the Caymanian Compass look more modern and attractive to younger readers while still appealing to our older readers who have been loyal to us for years.

The new features on the front page, such as the Inside Today box, gives you a quick glance at the interesting articles and features inside the covers of the Caymanian Compass.

It also gives you a glimpse at what is on our website at www.caycompass.com as well as a quick check on the day’s weather.

A more comprehensive weather map and navigation tools are found on Page 4 each day, along with the day’s Editorial offering.

The redesign will also make is easier to determine which section of the newspaper you are reading, from Family Matters on Mondays, more Sports on Tuesdays, an expanded Business section on Wednesdays, Health on Thursdays to the ever popular Weekender section of Fridays.

The redesign goes hand-in-hand with a recent upgrade of our printing press – the only newspaper printing press on Island – to allow more colour throughout the newspaper.

Loyal advertisers and readers have already been seeing an increase in colour advertising and colour photographs.

The new press options and redesign are a signal of our dedication to the people of the Cayman Islands and our commitment to providing news articles that are fairly balanced, accurate and informative.

The Caymanian Compass realises and relishes its role as the newspaper of record for the Cayman Islands and will strive to always uphold its important duty and mandate to the country.

We have been the mainstay of the news you need to make informative decisions in all aspects of life for almost 44 years. It is our intention to continue providing a valuable service to this country for decades to come.

We hope you like what you see in the redesigned Caymanian Compass. We are committed to giving you value for money and we think the new design does just that for readers and advertisers alike.

Let us know your thoughts. Email your comments to Cayman Free Press Editor Tammie C. Chisholm at [email protected] or call 815-0026.

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