NEW YORK, NY, September 29, 2015Reader’s Digest, one of the most read media brands, today unveiled a newly designed website at, enhancing its digital multi-platform presence with a  new, mobile-first, totally responsive design that features a robust array of content that the Reader’s Digest audience trusts as a source of information and inspiration in their daily lives.

As Reader’s Digest continues to reach consumers across multiple touch points and channels, the new has been redesigned with updated aesthetic and additional features:

  • Slideshows now default to a single-page layout, making the site more user-friendly across all devices
  • A new “long form” article layout to better showcase feature stories and content
  • Display ads have been overhauled to be fully responsive and now include several adhesive units that will allow full viewability on desktop continues to feature interactive content and the same classic reader favorites, including “Everyday Heroes,” “Laughter is the Best Medicine” and “Life in these United States,” as well as content that spans health, family, home, heroes and humor.

“Our readership is very strong, engaged and passionate about the content we create,” said Liz Vaccariello, Reader’s Digest Editor-in-Chief and Chief Content Officer. “Our newly designed brings to life the heartwarming personal stories, practical advice and features our readers love, and I’m pleased to share our content in an engaging format that can be consumed on a smartphone, tablet or laptop.”

Links to the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest and Google+ social media channels for Reader’s Digest are integrated throughout, providing opportunities for readers to post and share content. The relaunch of marks the introduction of initial new website features, with further enhancements to be unveiled in the months ahead.