Later this week, we'll be unveiling a new redesign of the various Six Apart websites (Movable Type, TypePad and Six Apart corporate site). Hopefully, the changes that have been made will convey our desire to present all of Six Apart's websites in a cohesive and standard way. We've worked with the folks at Mule Design to make this redesign possible and, I think, you'll be happy with the results.
One of the coolest things about the redesign is that all the pages are generated through Movable Type. At a later date, we're going to be releasing a case study on just what we did so that our customers and users can get an even better idea on what can be done with Movable Type. Additionally, we're placing an emphasis on case studies and highlighting weblogs, so if you've been wanting to show off what you've done with our tools, we'll definitely have the space to showcase.
News and weblogs will appear throughout the sites -- just as they do today. And, Mena's Corner will continue to exist (with the eventual inclusion of a moblog element to document the growing company).
Rather than suddenly spring this redesign on our readers and customers, I just wanted to give a heads-up about relaunch so that we can prepare everyone and open the lines for feedback. We're constantly tweaking the site and this is going to be a 1.0 redesign. Feedback will be greatly appreciated once we've launched and we'll be certain to make tweaks and changes based on the comments we receive.
And don't worry, there haven't been any licensing changes or pricing changes. The design is all about organization, structure and information.