Mark Boulton explains CERN’s RWD redesign

As announced on Mark Boulton Design's Twitter feed, the Cardiff-based studio has made live an alpha of a new website for CERN. The Large Hadron Collider, searching for the elusive Higgs boson, has ensured CERN has remained in the public consciousness. However, it was deemed that the website was failing its audience, and so Mark Boulton Design, in collaboration with CERN's web team under Dan Noyes, worked on something fit for an organisation at the cutting edge of science. The final release will occur during the first half of 2013.

Mark Boulton Design founder Mark Boulton spoke to .net about the website, its use of imagery, and the omission of CERN favourite Comic Sans.

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