Two weeks ago, we wrote about launching Curbed on Chorus and the Unison project that led up to it.
So we built a more unified, highly-customizable Chorus, with a flexible set of design components that can scale for many different types of visual designs. With the click of a button, we can add a new Chorus site. We now have one unified set of publishing, community and advertising tools, contained within one singular, shared code base.
And we closed with the promise that more brands would be coming on to this new version of Chorus. Today, we can announce that we have officially moved our second brand to the new Chorus framework. We have moved our corporate site, voxmedia.com, over to Chorus from a standalone static app.
The new voxmedia.com looks similar to the previous version, but now it has the full power of Chorus behind it. Our Marketing and Communications team will be able to use our very robust publishing platform to tell the Vox Media story, just as all of our brands tell stories each day. We were able to use the same design system we used for Curbed to style voxmedia.com and highlight our corporate brand. While our corporate marketing site provided a unique challenge for our vision of a single platform, it is very exciting to see the flexibility we have been able to build into Chorus to support voxmedia.com on Chorus.
Check out the new site and let us know what you think! We'll continue to move our other brands over to the new framework over the next year so stay tuned for more exciting updates.