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Innovations spring cleaning: We get a new look

Window washers (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

We’ve been doing a little shuffling over here at Ideas@Innovations. First and foremost, we’re dropping the “Ideas@” and going with straight “Innovations.” Some branding innovations just don’t catch on, and we’re nothing if not eager to try new things.

‘Same place, different’ name.

We’re also changing our social media presence, shedding yet another piece of the name. Rather than @oninnovations, we’re just straight @innovations. That’s right, no more “on.”

Call it spring cleaning, or home improvement. Either way, we hope you enjoy the cleaner look both here and on Twitter. Let us know what you think in the comments, and feel free to share ideas (heh) for new elements you’d like to see. And, as always, thanks for reading.

Emi Kolawole is the editor of Innovations and co-host of The Washington Post’s daily news program “59 Seconds”. Read more by Emi.

Emi Kolawole is the editor-in-residence at Stanford University's d.school, where she works on media experimentation and design.

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