Two years after overhauling and expanding The American Conservative‘s website, our readership is bigger–and more engaged–than ever. Now we’re revamping the site to better reflect how you read it.

We’ve made some changes based on the feedback we received from you in our survey earlier this year. Here are three things readers should know about the new homepage:

1) It’s integrated and geared toward immediacy–we’re removing the blog silos on the homepage. The “State of the Union” blog will be folded into the rest of the site. Our freshest content (including blog posts and articles), curated by the editors, will appear at the top of the page. You can still read your favorite blogs and writers individually.

2) More than 30 percent of our traffic now comes from mobile devices. So we’ve optimized the site with responsive design to improve your reading experience on phones and tablets.

3) We’ve expanded our home for New Urbanism content. Going forward we will aggregate all relevant coverage from the “New Urbs” blog and elsewhere here. For more on this exciting project, read this.

Much like our mission to redefine the right–by goading, encouraging, and inspiring conservatives to think creatively about our country’s challenges–our website is an ongoing project. Thanks for being a part of this, and in advance for your feedback.