New Fooducate Blog Design

Fooducate Daily TipsGood morning friends. You have probably noticed that the blog looks a bit different today. OK, a lot different. We’ve made some design changes in order to unify the look and feel of Fooducate’s web properties (See our website –

We’ve renamed the blog as “Daily Tips” because of the high frequency of posts and their content geared at helping you make better food choices. While most company blogs are boring updates on products or industry news every once in a while, we churn out daily advice and nutrition analysis. In that respect Fooducate is more like a news / magazine publisher than a silicon valley tech company. But calling the blog “news” didn’t seem to fit. So Daily Tips it is. Hope you enjoy them and subscribe via email or RSS.

We’d love to get your feedback on the change, and suggestions for further improvement.

  • Kathy

    Love your new design! I find it much easier to read. Thank you!

  • Gregg

    The loss of the icon centered home page is a mistake. Gray scale text as a substitute…you are kidding Also there is no way of getting back out of a full tip to your starting point on the tips master page with out strting at the very beginning.

  • Jonathan Clark

    I’m very much looking forward to the NEXT redesign. Unlike Kathy, I find it a lot less enticing and therefore harder to read. At the very least please change the font in your post titles to something more substantial.

    • Fooducate

      Thanks Jonathan – can you email us your browser / OS info so we can make sure there is no discrepancy? Any other feedback is also greatly appreciated – support at fooducate dot com.

  • Ed Hansberry

    Have you read this on a mobile device? Both a Windows Phone 7.5 and iPhone 5 cannot properly display the articles, so I can no longer read Fooducate on my device. I generally get here via RSS so on iOS 5 it is mobile safari and on WP it is IE 9.

    Both truncate the last inch or two from the article’s right edge. Please fix this.

  • Shannon Gray

    Does anyone know the factors (datapoints) that are used in the calculation of the grade on Fooducate?