Online imaging service SmugMug says its upgrade is their biggest launch since 2002 — and is actually not just an upgrade, but a completely new version of the site, “with a fresh, modern look and feel.”
The primary change is to the underlying architecture, with a “responsive design” that ensures customers’ sites and photos look good on mobile devices as well as PC screens. Also, a new Organizer tool makes for easy, intuitive drag and drop to organize all of your photos, the company says.
Current customers can use the migration feature to copy website contents.
SmugMug reports it is “the largest independent photo-sharing site in the world.”
Membership starts at $5/month.