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January 8, 2020
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2020 Industry Pulse: Embracing a New Decade

Window + Door's annual Industry Pulse report reflects on 2019 and lays expectations for 2020, including insights on product, sales and employment trends. The report also frames how the greater economic landscape affects fenestration, and sheds light on how technology is increasingly changing the industry. Read More

 
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The Talk

By Emily Thompson

Happy New Year, Window + Door readers. We’re ringing in the new decade with an all-new, revamped WindowandDoor.com, a project we’ve been working on throughout 2019.  

Window + Door’s former Managing Editor, Bethany Stough, was the lead coordinator on the project, bringing insights from the fenestration industry, and fluency in the topics and authors that matter most to our audience to the conversations about website design and best practices. “Gaining a better understanding of our readers’ content and educational needs and being able to respond to those needs via a digital platform is the goal of this redesign,” she says.  

Stough continues, “This is the first major change to WindowandDoor.com in a little over 10 years. While it was simply time for a change, it’s no small feat to redevelop and redesign a website, and we wanted to do it right, for the right reasons. The change was necessary because in 10 years, our industry, our readers, the NGA and the magazine have all changed. The new website reflects those changes and is designed to keep pace with future changes.” Read more

 



 

 

 

 

 
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