How we’re helping you dig deeper into TED Talks

Posted by on Mar 14, 2014 in Design philosophy, Editorial, New features | No Comments
How we’re helping you dig deeper into TED Talks

 FabVietnam Photography for Getty Images At the 2012 staff retreat, TED’s curator, Chris Anderson, gave a now near-mythical talk on the future of TED. The question on his mind: How can we build a living archive of ideas worthy of the future? To illustrate his point, he showed pictures from his trip that summer to […]

The new TED.com lets you dig deeper into ideas and see your influence on how they spread

Posted by on Mar 4, 2014 in New features, Process, Release updates | No Comments
The new TED.com lets you dig deeper into ideas and see your influence on how they spread

Today on TED.com, the world at large will notice some changes — some things that will be familiar to those of you who’ve been a part of our beta testing, and some things that will be brand new. We have officially launched our first major redesign since the site debuted in 2007, back when online […]

What’s new for TED.com 2.0: the final flip

Posted by on Mar 4, 2014 in Release updates, Technology | No Comments

Starting today, we are flipping the switch on our redesign. All TED.com visitors will begin to see our new site by default. The big, beautiful video player, the handy “watch later” feature and all the other exciting changes we’ve made in the past few months will become the standard. This blog post is the “tech-speak” […]

Why you may see video view numbers change on some of our talks today

Posted by on Jan 29, 2014 in Release updates | No Comments
Why you may see video view numbers change on some of our talks today

Part of our work on TED 2.0 includes reevaluating how we measure things. Especially, video views.  ”Number of views” is a widely shared and aspired for metric, but there’s no real agreement on the Internet as to what should count as a “view.” We think it’s important that it be as accurate as possible, and are […]