Say hello to TPG’s new site design

Oct 8, 2019

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You may have noticed some changes on the site over the past few weeks and today we’re excited to launch the full redesign of the TPG website on both desktop and mobile.

This new look won’t have any affect on the functionality of our site, but instead, it should make our site easier to read. This change isn’t random, but it came from conversations with our readers about what you all liked and disliked about the TPG digital experience. We took the feedback seriously and made the changes because we want you to leave our site feeling more confident and educated on all things points and miles, not overwhelmed and confused by the layout.

Let us know what you think of the new site HERE

For those who were getting a tired thumb scrolling through a post, you’ll notice that some of our new posts feature image galleries so you can simply click through the photos featured in the post. We’ve also increased our spacing and changed our fonts to improve readability and reduce visual overload. Finally, we’ve tried to make our call outs more clear so you know when to click through for more information.

This is just the beginning of our continued efforts improving the TPG experience for readers. Over the next few weeks and months, our team will be working on improving our site organization, adding useful tools and enhancing the overall functionality of the site.

We hope you enjoy these new changes and are excited for the ones still yet to come. In the meantime, we wish you the best of luck wherever you are in your points and miles journey.

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