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Welcome to the new look AJ website

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Today the AJ has launched its new website

We’ve been working hard to transform theaj.co.uk for the better. Starting in the summer, we examined how our pages were read and digested, held workshops with readers and looked at other sites for inspiration – including architects’ websites. Since then, it’s taken months of building and weeks of fine-tuning to make our site the most useful, intuitive and beautiful website covering architecture and the profession.

We’ve made some big changes to improve your experience. The site is cleaner, with larger imagery and it’s also responsive, allowing you to have the same great experience on mobile, tablet and desktop. But it’s not just about the digital - these changes reflect what you know and love in print. Just like in the magazine, content is now organised into the AJ’s five-a-day – news, opinion, business, buildings and culture.

So what will you find in each of the sections?

News

Our on-the-pulse news coverage is ordered chronologically to help you keep up with the latest project news, policy changes, contract wins, industry issues and gossip. You can also easily view the news by region – keeping you up-to-date with the projects happening in your area. 

Opinion

Here, you’ll find opinion pieces from the AJ’s award-winning writers in one place.

Buildings

All the AJ’s building coverage is now found on the buildings page. We’ve made our in-depth building studies easier to read and to navigate through, while expandable picture galleries allow you see inside projects and look at details. You can also view projects by type and access the AJ Buildings Library for in-depth information on more than 2,100 buildings.

Business

The latest insight and analysis you need to help you run your practice and make the right career moves, with sections for all the latest competitions news, expert advice, and vital intelligence on clients.

Culture

Thought pieces from leading writers and reviews of the latest books, exhibitions and events can be found in this section.

Plus we have a new events calendar to help you keep up-to-date with what’s happening in the architectural world, all the AJ’s video content in one handy place, and digital editions of all our print issues.

Haven’t visited the AJ site for a while? Here’s how to log in

To give you a chance to take a look at the new site we’ve opened it up to registered users for the next three days. So until Monday you can take a look without needing an AJ subscription – all you have to do is register. After Monday, you can subscribe to see all the AJ’s content or as a registered user you will be able to access one article each week.

To register or sign in, click the button in the top left of the screen. If you have a subscription, but have forgotten your login details you can also get sent a reminder.

If you are having problems logging in or cannot access your account, email customer services or call +44 (0)20 3033 2626 (Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00).

We hope you enjoy the new website. We’ll be working to make it even better so if you have any suggestions or comments, we’d love to hear from you. Get in touch with the AJ’s digital editor Laura Mark

Readers' comments (2)

  • This new layout is so much more conducive to portraying the detail on projects properly. The pictures previously were always far too small. For someone who only has a digital subscription, this is a fantastic development.

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  • Catching up with the AJ daily newsletter e-mail bulletins from a few days back, the links to various news stories on the website already appear broken - this wasn't a problem previously as I recall?

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