The magazine was offline for roughly four weeks while performing a complete overhaul and redesign, a job not completely finished, according to Publisher Randy Boyd:
“To use the analogy of a building re-opening after a remodel, we still have a few finishing touches to apply, but we’re ready to let people back inside while we hang a few photos and plant a few plants, so to speak.”
The photo reference is more than a metaphor, as many of the magazine’s earlier articles will be without images, temporarily. Another finishing touch in the works, says Boyd, is the all-new Sweet Spot community forum, expected to go online in September.
And while it’s possible that some of the website’s links will need to be corrected, Boyd hopes readers will have patience during the transition.
“It wouldn’t be a digital world if we didn’t have kinks along the way, but in the end, I really hope that TrikkeWorld is the kind of magazine the Trikke world deserves.”