In a memo released by The Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, and reported by Capital New York, it was revealed that the 10-year old news organization will be working with Code and Theory in 2015 to redesign its website.
"And because your work deserves the most beautiful and user-friendly presentation, we are working with Code and Theory to redesign the site to coincide with HuffPost’s tenth birthday in May," wrote Huffington.
The news website will celebrate its 10-year anniversary in 2015.
The Huffington Post launched on May 10, 2005 and in ten years has grown to become the number-one news site in the United States, with a record 126 million unique visitors in the U.S.
Around the globe, it operates 13 editions worldwide, and fifty percent of its audience now comes from outside the United States.
To read the full memo, which includes news of HuffPo's plans to launch two new international editions – HuffPost Arabic and HuffPost Australia – click here.
Stay tuned for more news on the website launch this Spring.