from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To make a revision in the appearance or function of.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A plan for making changes to the structure and functions of an artifact, building or system so as to better serve the purpose of the original design, or to serve purposes different from those set forth in the original design.
- v. To lay out or plan a new version of something previously laid out or planned.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. design anew, make a new design for
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Maintaining funding for pharmaceutical R&D in the midst of such a redesign is a much, much smaller problem.
Iain, as a graphic designer I think your redesign is a massive improvement.
An important part of this redesign is my view that our future does not lie in more bricks and mortar of local and regional real estate but in the programs themselves that reflect the perception and creativity of our regions.
My turn came up Friday afternoon, and my first question was this: What about a home page redesign is so special as to require the CEO's salesmanship?
And hopefully when the economy improves, I will be able to assist them in redesign and home staging as well.
The website redesign is “an unprecedented opportunity to take market share, while delivering an even better customer experience.”
While I appreciate the new content, the redesign is ... busy.
A complete redesign is two to three years away, and it will be co-developed with Fiat.
This redesign is intended to bring the rest of the magazine more in line with what the features have long been doing.
I think that may be why the redesign is so complete, from mechanics to fluff.