In september 2018, I joined a student media at the University of Geneva (where I study). It's called TOPO and here is the website I redesigned : topolitique.ch
Right when I started, the website stopped functioning. The system was so old that it just stopped working. At the time, I didn't intend to do any webmastering, but in fact, it proved a good opportunity to 'showcase' my skills in programming and web design.
I managed to rebuild the website and recover all the articles in a month. And by this time, I set out to redesign the website from the ground up.
After a year's worth of little fixes, I'm happy to say we ended up with a really good site. In my opinion, it's much better than most swiss news websites. Of course, it adapts to the articles written by students, which aren't the professional reporting you'd see otherwise. They cover more in-depth stories, more like essays than short articles, so we had to adapt to that.
TOPO readers are half mobile users and half desktop, meaning that desktop is still really relevant in our case. It enables us to really exploit the bigger screen to enable a better experience.
For instance, as the more important decisions are made on desktop, we display links to join our media. Also, we tend to keep social links all the time, until there is no more space on screen.
This is an example of added details for desktop users.