All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘redesigns’

Bing Redesigns Video Search From Ground Up

Bing just announced a big redesign of its video search feature, which it says has been redesigned from the ground up. Changes include navigational improvements, video overlays, pop-out previews, bigger thumbnails and new filters. “Rather than making you travel to a site to see if a video is the one you’re looking for, we updated our preview mode so now …

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Twitter Users Complain About Twitter Making Changes To Twitter

Twitter began rolling out a new look for the way it displays conversations on Wednesday. The change has come (or is still coming) to the web interface, the Android app and the iOS app. Here’s a look: According to Business insider, “People are absolutely freaking out about it.” I’m not quite getting that impression. The report points to a handful …

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Yahoo Keeps The Redesigns Coming With Mobile Web Changes

Yahoo announced on Wednesday that it is rolling out a new mobile web interface across many of its properties, including Mail, Finance, Homepage, Search, Messenger and News. Here’s a look: “We’re focused on building products for where our users are, and that includes mobile apps of course, but it also means providing an awesome mobile web experience, regardless of the …

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Yahoo Redesigns A Bunch More Of Its Sites

Yahoo announced today that it is rolling out a redesign of Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Movies, Yahoo Music, Yahoo TV, Yahoo omg!, Yahoo Games and Yahoo Weather. “This is the next step in building a more modern, consistent and personalized Yahoo! following our new homepage design and redesigned Yahoo! News,” the company says. It also follows big redesigns for Yahoo Mail …

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Bing Uses Machine Learning To Improve Product Search

Bing announced today that it is launching a new product search experience, which utilizes its index of tens of millions of products, along with machine learning, to show products on the main results page, rather than making users go to a dedicated shopping page. As you can see, it looks vaguely like Google’s Knowledge Carousel and the style the search …

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LinkedIn Launches Redesign For Groups

LinkedIn announced today that LinkedIn Groups is getting a big redesign with new customization features. Here’s what it looks like: “The new streamlined interface also makes it easier for members to find content and engage in a Group,” says LinkedIn’s Jennifer Bunting. “On LinkedIn, members join Groups to share knowledge and network. Brands like Citi, Staples, and Capital One use …

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Do Users And Businesses Have Legitimate Gripes With Gmail?

Google is making waves with Gmail a lot these days for a variety of reasons, and this week, users are freaking out about something the company said in a court document regarding email privacy. Combine that with the new compose box that is getting people riled up, and the recently launched tabbed interface, and a lot of people are finding …

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Marketers Fear Gmail’s New ‘Promotions’ Tab Will Send Their Messages Into The ‘Depths’ Of Invisibility

As you may know, Google recently launched a new interface for Gmail, which includes a tabbed categorization system. Among the tabs are: Primary, Social, Promotions and Updates. It’s that “Promotions” tab that could pose a problem, and some companies who rely on email marketing are voicing their concerns, and going so far as to send their subscribers instructions to get …

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Gmail Users Who Were Already Engaging With Marketing Emails Are Doing So More With The New Tabbed Interface

Email intelligence firm Return Path has released a new report looking at the early effects Gmail’s new tabbed experience has had on marketers. The company finds that users who are “routinely engaged” with marketing email are reading a slightly higher percentage of their marketing email now – an increase of 2.11%. The study also finds that read rates have dropped …

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Here’s The Second Yahoo Logo Option

Yahoo announced this week that it is changing its logo next month, and in the meantime, it will display a different logo on its various properties each day. Here’s what the first one looked like: Now, we get a look at the second option: Here’s a look at what it looks like on some of Yahoo’s properties: Here Yahoo runs …

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Here’s What The New Yahoo Logo Could Look Like. What Do You Think?

There’s been a whole lot of change going on at Yahoo, so why should that stop at the company’s logo? Yahoo will be launching a new logo next month, and in the meantime, will display an option each day. Above is the first one. What do you think? Yahoo Chief Marketing Officeer Kathy Savitt writes on the company blog: The …

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Google Launches New Zagat (Desktop, Android, iOS)

Google announced the launch of a new Zagat experience across the website and Android and iOS apps. Included is free access to its “trusted” Zagat ratings and reviews without registration (for the first time). Here’s a look: The new experience includes news and video content from Zagat editors, as well as curated lists, search and map-based browsing. “These days, the …

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