Yes, please note the following important changes coming with the redesign:
- Streamlined display of article metadata: in line with our design principles of letting the content breathe, reducing complexity, and focusing on the essential information in the right context, readers will notice improvements to the display across search results, Table of Content pages, and article pages.
- Article PDF displayed within the e-Reader: users will now see a 'PDF / " button giving them access to the PDF and (where available) versions of the article within the e-Reader. This gives readers the same high-quality PDF as when opened in the browser, but in the e-Reader environment offering a more interactive and accessible reading experience with access to menus and tools such as article navigation and information, and control over text size. Readers can easily download the PDF or ePub file from the e-Reader if desired.
- Refreshed journal homepages: the new layout showcases essential journal information, quick access to content, and a refreshed presentation of news and announcements. Below the journal description, an improved Browse by section now brings together in a single location not only the most recent, most read and most cited article lists, but also featured videos, collections and podcasts where they exist for the journal.
- Improved authentication experience: the simplified Access/Profile menu in the header and new access options page offer clear distinguishing the various content access options from the SAGE Journals profile, with clarified labelling and explanatory text throughout.