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CONDE GOES SOCIAL: If you want a job at Condé Nast and you don’t have a friend there, chances are you’ve submitted a résumé to condenast.com. Starting today, the publishing company hopes you’ll be visiting the site for more reasons than that. The site has been redesigned (but there is still a careers section!), and now visitors can personalize the experience, by filtering brand feeds to show only those they want to see, for example. “This has been talked about for the last few years,” said a spokeswoman of the new look. “We just wanted to have the same kind of vibrance that an edit brand has.”
There is a heritage section that includes a list of editors of all the titles throughout the years. There are brand pages, with access to digital editions of Condé Nast’s various magazines and apps, among other things. The redesigned site was developed in conjunction with Your Majesty Co., a creative agency that worked on The Daily app, as well as with Gilt Groupe and UrbanDaddy.
Each month, three executive profiles will be posted. The first round begins with Pete Hunsinger, president and publisher of Golf Digest Cos.; Wyatt Mitchell, creative director of The New Yorker and Juliana Stock, senior director, marketing & product development at Condé Nast. A spokeswoman said the three people were randomly chosen. So all you Condé Nasters out there, get ready for your 15 minutes.