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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Redesign’

Apple Stores Revamp: Are They Getting Even Swankier?

One could say that Apple, and thus its many retail stores, already cater to the wealthy – or at least those with a bit of disposable income. But could Apple make its stores feel even more exclusive – especially ahead of the big Apple Watch launch? The New Yorker ran a lengthy profile on Apple design guru Jony Ive, and …

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Yahoo Tests Out Another Homepage Redesign

Yahoo is tinkering around with its homepage again. It wasn’t all that long ago (last year in fact) that Yahoo rolled out a major redesign of its flagship property, but the company is apparently testing new looks yet again. Some users are seeing very different version of the homepage than the one users have gotten accustomed to. Some haver been …

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Mini Cooper: New Changes Attempt to Modernize

The first generation of the new Mini Cooper was released in the United States in 2002, and, since then, the world has not looked back. Sales of Mini Coopers have nearly doubled over the past 12 years, even though the car has not seen much change in terms of aesthetic or performance. In 2014, customers should expect that trend to …

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Nintendo To Release Wii Mini Redesign Next Month [Rumor]

The Wii U officially launched last week, and Nintendo is now putting all of its efforts behind the new console. That being said, the Wii is still an attractive console for those shopping on a budget. Nintendo has dropped the price to $130 for the holidays, but the company may have more than just a price cut in mind. A …

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Bitly Redesign Angers Users

URL-shortening platform Bitly launched a redesign yesterday, sporting all sorts of new features. Bitly users can now: – Easily save, share and discover links — they’re called bitmarks, like bookmarks. – Instantly search your saved bitmarks. – Curate groups of bitmarks into bundles and collaborate on bundles with friends. – Make any bitmark or bundle private or public. – See …

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Google Makes Google+ “Simpler, More Beautiful”

Google is in the process of introducing a more “functional and flexible version” of Google+, in an effort to attract more and more users to their social media hub. Aside from a refined look and feel, there’s also some structural changes, ones that Google thinks/hopes will make the G+ experience more attractive for members and potential members alike. Aside from …

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New York Post Celebrates Super Bowl Win

What do you do when your team wins the Super Bowl? You would usually jump in a celebratory “hooray” and then go on with your business. The New York Post sees things differently. It wants the world to know that their city won the Super Bowl tonight. How did they do that? They covered their entire front page in New …

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Vimeo Redesigns Site

Video sharing site Vimeo has done a major site overhaul. The changes are intended to put more focus on the videos themselves, and to allow for future additions and redesigns to be more easily implemented. The video player itself is larger in the redesign. The page is designed to load more quickly, as well. For instance, older comments do not …

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