NPR is much more than just a radio station. They've long been at the vanguard of how stories are told; on the radio, via podcast, and on the web. As such, they spend a lot of time and money on design–everything from how news stories are edited and presented, to how their website and apps look and feel. NPR isn't just keeping up with the times, they're defining the best practices for an ever-changing media landscape.
Naturally, such an innovative design department needed a website to highlight their groundbreaking work. Enter NPR.design. Now, if an NPR designer wants to showcase their work to a colleague or potential hire, it's easy: rather than listing off a long URL or list of Google search terms, it's simply: NPR.design.