Announcing the latest version of the magazine.
We are thrilled to launch the newest version of The Revealer today.
The Revealer was originally started nearly 15 years ago, in September 2003. Since then, as the magnificent Internet Archive Way Back Machine will show you, the site has had its share of makeovers.
Today, we’re very excited to unveil (reveal? too much?) the newest version of the site, designed by the super talented Corey Tegeler (perhaps familiar from his work published in the magazine last summer) and supported by our generous grant from the Henry R. Luce Initiative on Religion in International Affairs.
We had a few big goals for this new version of the site: To make it more hospitable to visual and multimedia work, to make it easier to read on mobile devices, and to make our archive (an astounding 3,635, posts and counting) an accessible, useful, and entertaining resource for our readers.
And we are so pleased with the results. The discover page that Corey designed is a veritable playground full of enticing portals into our massive trove of reporting, criticism, and analysis; Lauren Pond’s photographs don’t just look great, they are a challenging and insightful testament to the importance of images; And when we checked our phones this morning everything was as readable and easy to find as we’d hoped.
That being said, we are always a work in progress and the Internet has changed a lot since 2003 (heck, some people don’t even capitalize the damn word anymore), so a lot of links may leave you seeking and many images have been lost to media library purgatory. Which is to say, if you find something glaringly amiss, please do let us know and we’ll do our best to resurrect and redeem what we can.
In the meantime, welcome! Please come have a look around and let us know what you think.