While anti-intellectualism is rampant and fake news is everywhere, Skeptic's Digest promotes the scientific method and evidence-based thinking. Content is based on real scientific research, translated into everyday language. This design includes a proposed internet browser plug-in as well, which could verify the reliability of your news.
The magazine consists of five sections. The content of each section is color coded, for easy at-a-glance navigation. Plus, each section begins with a brief overview of the content to come, including anticipated reading time. No surprises, no wasted time. And, most importantly: absolutely no fake news.
Skeptic's Toolbox is a digital application under the Skeptic's Digest brand. This extension has four main features: red flags tell you if traditionally unreliable jargon is being used; fact score lets you know how reliable an article is, based on citations and external references; highlights allow easy navigation to key content like study conclusions or sample sizes; and finally, the jargon translator puts industry jargon into layman's terms.