Map with two pins and a rope connecting them.Today marks the debut of a more modern Moveline. For the past few weeks, we’ve been hard at work on a redesign of, and we’re excited to share the progress with you all. Harrison Weber, fellow Virginian and Design Editor at The Next Web, wrote a quick review of the redesign and describes the “significant polish” that comes with the new look.

What’s new?

We have a new homepage that (we think) does a much better job of showing off the product and explaining what we do. Over the coming weeks, expect to see more content that will also help people understand the process and answer their questions.

As you may have noticed, the blog is also new. The new Moveline features a brighter palette and updated typography. We moved to a new platform called Jekyll that gives us greater control over how we create and render posts. For you guys, all you should notice is cleaner, more readable articles.

Most importantly, we’ve rebuilt the underlying grid of Moveline to be more responsive, which means Moveline is now more accessible across mobile and tablet devices. We still have a long way to go in making a seamless mobile web experience, but this redesign brings a huge improvement to browsing Moveline on the go.

Special thanks

In addition to our core product team, we had some help from talented designers to bring the new Moveline to life.

Our friend Rob Weychert defined the new visual style for the product and chose the new typefaces (Chapparal Pro, Freight) which we think are pretty slick. Anthony Irwin at Modea illustrated and animated our new homepage video. We can’t stop watching it.

Find something that’s broken?

Please tell us so we can fix it! Email us at with a screenshot. The first 10 bugs submitted will receive a limited edition Moveline t-shirt from our Hurricane Sandy adventures.

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