Forwarding to Mobile-l.
I too like the header change.
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From: Olga Vasileva <ovasileva(a)wikimedia.org>
Date: Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 5:07 AM
Subject: [Wikitech-l] A few Reading Web announcements: new header, page
previews rollout update, lead section restricted PageImages
To: Wikimedia developers <wikitech-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Hi all, over the past few weeks, the reading web team has made some
releases and improvements we would like to share:
- New Header for the Mobile Web 
We have just released a new header on the mobile web! Our goal is to raise
awareness among readers that the content we are providing is coming from
Wikipedia or related projects using clear branding. Low brand awareness
was one of the key findings during the research performed by the New
Readers team . According to their findings, user were often not aware
that they were reading Wikipedia, and sometimes confused it for a search
engine or social media platform . An increase in brand awareness could
therefore lead to increased readership and retention.
- Page Previews Stage 0 deployment
The Page Previews (aka Hovercards)  feature is now live on the
following wikipedias: Russian, Italian, Greek, Catalan. We will continue
with rollouts on Hungarian and Hebrew wikipedias as a conclusion of stage 0.
Currently, we are in the process of consulting communities about the next
stage of rollouts.
- PageImages restricted to the lead section 
Before, PageImages were being drawn from the first instance of an image
within the page. This led to a majority of the images set from outside of
the lead section to be out of context or to not properly represent the
subject of the article. With this change, the PageImage for an article
will be drawn from the lead section and infobox only, to ensure that the
most accurate image is always used.
Thank you and let us know if there’s any questions, concerns, or any other
Olga Vasileva // Product Manager // Reading Web Team
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