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Out with the old and in with the new

Out with the old and in with the new

Lloyd’s List unveiled its new website on June 11, made possible by the efforts of the team and, especially, Julian and Gary.

As I joined only four days before the launch of the new website, I had little experience with the old one, but it’s enough to comment that the new website is sleek and easy to use.

Lloydslist.com is now clean, bold and easy to navigate. Even more helpful, especially when trying to find articles on much-talked-about topics such as safety, is the filter by system. A good filtering system makes me leap for joy. It’s that huge difference between searching through 364 floral dresses and searching through 15 green floral dresses.

It joins with Insurance Day, making both services accessible through one simple website. The website as a whole is brighter, bigger and better arranged, making for easier access to identify the Latest articles, Spotlight, Hot Topics, Containers and many more.

Ping pong stars

Lloyd’s List creative designer Divya Unadkat organised a ping pong party at Bounce, Farringdon, to celebrate the unveiling of the website.  Like a baptism, but with ping pong and food and drink, which is how I would want to be welcomed into the world.

A year of table tennis club was not enough to reduce my rounders’ bat-worthy swing, and the ball hit basically everyone and everything, apart from the table.

Imagine Wimbledon, but with a table instead of a court, and with less of a crowd, but the same fire to win; that was the enthusiasm of the more amateur players on the team.

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