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Welcome to the New DisCo

Welcome to the new look of the Disruptive Competition Project. DisCo’s redesign aims to present the content that our increasingly diverse readership is looking for in a more accessible way, and to surface relevant material more quickly. The redesign also presents site content in a more visually engaging manner, moving away from the linear feed that has defined DisCo since the site launched in 2012.

Organizationally, we have rethought everything from the ground up. Stories have been consolidated into six sections, one of which features DisCo’s coverage of EU developments. Readers interested in specific areas, such as our extensive coverage of competition-related matters, will find that content consolidated in one place. Each section is easily reached from the homepage, meaning readers can find what they’re looking for faster.

We made visual improvements as well. Text is now rendered in the more reader-friendly Proxima Nova typeface. Even the logo has received a refresh. One design facet is itself a reflection of the industry disruptions that we’ve covered: some of the site’s visual elements are brought to you by Unsplash, a service that has single-handedly disrupted the stock photography market.

One thing that isn’t changing is the site’s focus and direction: we aim to continue bringing the same analysis to tech business, law, and regulation that DisCo readers have come to expect.

We hope you enjoy the new site.


New technologies are constantly emerging that promise to change our lives for the better. These disruptive technologies give us an increase in choice, make technologies more accessible, make things more affordable, and give consumers a voice. And the pace of innovation has only quickened in recent years, as the Internet has enabled a wave of new, inter-connected devices that have benefited consumers around the world, seemingly in all aspects of their lives. Preserving an innovation-friendly market is, therefore, tantamount not only to businesses but society at large.