I like the New York Times redesign. The text looks great and I’m a big fan of white space. But, they went to all that trouble to redesign their site and left a whole bunch of icons and logos scattered throughout that are still 72dpi, i.e., too low-res for retina and other higher resolution screens. Come on, fellas, there’s no excuse for that. Here’s an image I captured on an iPad with some problem areas highlighted. Maybe you’ll be able to see the issue on your screen, maybe not.

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