All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘redesigns’

LinkedIn Mobile App Gets Major Overhaul

LinkedIn Mobile App Gets Major Overhaul

LinkedIn just launched an overhaul of its mobile app, which is navigable by five main sections: Your Feed (Home), Me, My Network, Messaging, and Search. “We’ve not only rebuilt the new Flagship app from scratch but we have taken everything you love and more to develop a mobile experience that is more intuitive, smarter and dramatically simplifies your LinkedIn experience,” …

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Yahoo Search Gets Overhaul on Firefox

Yahoo Search Gets Overhaul on Firefox

Yahoo announced that it’s giving Firefox users in the U.S. a new desktop search experience. This includes a redesigned header and more prominent image and video results. The design will be especially noticeable when users search for famous people and movies. They’ll see a strip of related videos and images across the top of the page. “Taking a page from …

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eBay Launches New Mobile Experience As ‘eBay 4.0’

eBay Launches New Mobile Experience As ‘eBay 4.0’

eBay announced he launch of eBay 4.0, a major overhaul of its mobile experience on Android and iOS. It includes what the company refers to as a “more browsable” design and provides users with improved access to top deals, promotions, and events. It’s also more personalized than previous versions. The app builds on eBay’s recently redesigned iPad experience, but adds …

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Google Gets New Logo, ‘Identity Family’

Google Gets New Logo, ‘Identity Family’

There’s a lot of change going on at Google. Last month, the company announced the creation of Alphabet, making Google just one company underneath the larger umbrella which also houses some of its more ambitious endeavors. But Google itself, which has seen a great deal of change over the years, is getting a new look, “identity family,” and “visual language”. …

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Marketing Tools Get Instagram Ads API Integration

In June, Instagram announced it would make advertising available through an Ads API and Facebook ad buying interfaces in the ensuing months, in an effort to open up ads to businesses of all sizes. It said it would open API access to a select group of Facebook Marketing Partners and agencies first, and would expand it globally throughout the year. …

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Netflix Website Gets Big Redesign

Last month we heard that a Netflix web redesign was on the way. Today, Netflix officially announced it. Netflix last launched a redesign four years ago, and lot of people hated it. Eventually, they moved on. It will be interesting to see if the new one goes over better. “Over the past four years, web browsers have changed a lot, …

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Flickr Just Got A Big Redesign. What Do You Think?

Flickr just unveiled a major overhaul of its upload, photostream, share and search experience across mobile and desktop. It comes with the company’s advanced image recognition technology. “This new set of tools and powerful search will make it easier to access, organize, and share your photos anywhere,” a spokesperson for Flickr tells WebProNews. So far, I haven’t seen a lot …

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Twitter.com Is Now Useful to Those Who Don’t Use Twitter

If you don’t “use” Twitter (and by that I mean tweet, retweet, favorite, and follow people) or had no intention of signing up, visiting Twitter.com served no purpose. Until now. Twitter.com is now useful for people who don’t really want to jump headfirst into the whole Twitter experience. Of course, Twitter hopes that its homepage redesign will lure new users …

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Getting To Know The New Twitter Search

Earlier this week, while searching on Twitter, I was presented with a revamped search interface, but only for a minute or two (luckily, it was long enough to get a couple screen grabs). Then it went away. Even while I was able to access this version of Twitter Search, it wasn’t working properly. None of the filters worked. They all …

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Twitter Confirms It’s Messing With Its Search Experience

While covering Google’s closure of Google Moderator earlier, I searched Twitter on the desktop to see what people were saying about it (not much so far), and suddenly, just for a minute or two, Twitter was serving me a completely different search interface. Then, it was nowhere to be found. It actually went away before I left the page. Here’s …

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eBay Redesign Doesn’t Go Over Very Well

This week, eBay launched a redesign for its iPad app, and it doesn’t seem to be going over very well. The company appears to be trying to make its experience less like Amazon and more like Pinterest. The problem is that people apparently don’t want their eBay experience to be like Pinterest. Do you think eBay should me gravitating to …

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LinkedIn Rolls Out Redesign Of Homepage

LinkedIn is rolling out a newly designed homepage. Browse through this slideshow to get a feel: The New LinkedIn Homepage from LinkedIn At the top, users will find a new dashboard with feedback on how they’re doing. It will show how many people have viewed your profile and how your status updates are performing. If you click on either of …

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Google Maps App Gets Design Revamp

With the release of the latest version of Android, Lollipop, Google has been launching big updates for its major apps. In recent days, we’ve seen announcements about the new Google Calendar and the new Gmail. Google Maps is the latest to get a refresh, favoring material design and “bold colors and textures”. “This new look is all about creating surfaces …

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Pinterest Gives Profiles An Update

Pinterest launched a new profile look for all users around the world. “The design, which was started by one of our engineering interns over the summer, draws on international feedback and gives a cleaner look that’s consistent across platforms,” a spokesperson for the company said in an email. For one, Pinterest has changed from square to round profile photos, and …

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Report: Yahoo To Launch New Homepage Next Month

As you may know, Yahoo has been toying around with homepage redesigns again. It really hasn’t been all that long since the company launched a new look, but it apparently feels it’s time to start anew yet again. As reported earlier this month, users were seeing different versions floating around. Michael Bonnett Jr. tweeted this one out at the time: …

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Vine Adds Loop Counts, Redesigns Feeds

Twitter’s Vine announced that it is now showing loop counts on its iOS and Android apps, and on the web, to show how many times people have looped a video. The loop counts also appear on Vine embeds around the web. “With this update, there’s now a new way for you to quickly get a sense of how popular and …

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Netflix Gets A Site Redesign (Not Nearly As Drastic As The Last One)

If you visit the Netflix website today, you’ll probably notice that it looks quite a bit different. For one, they finally switched over to the new logo they’ve been using on some things lately. This includes a new favicon. Beyond that, the top navigation bar is bit different, as is the coloring of the site. Last time Netflix rolled out …

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Facebook Makes New Page Design Available To All

Earlier this year, Facebook announced a new look for Pages, which included a redesigned Timeline, new options for admin tools, and a new Pages to Watch feature. On Wednesday, the company said the updated design will be available worldwide to all Pages later this week. “Admins accessing their Pages today will see a tour of the refreshed design,” the company …

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PayPal Just Revealed Its New Logo

PayPal announced today that it has a new logo, and is altering its brand identity. Behold: “When PayPal was first founded in 1998, our image was designed for the online world…making it easier to pay and get paid online…right as consumers were considering e-commerce for the first time,” says Christina Smedley, Vice President, Global Brand at PayPal. “Today, online is …

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Facebook Redesigns Ads To The Right Of The News Feed

Facebook is launching a new design for the ads that appear to the right of the news feed. There will be fewer ads on the page at a time, but they will be bigger. Here’s what it’s going to look like: “This updated look will make right-hand column ads more visually consistent with the ads that appear in News Feed,” …

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Twitter Launches New Look And Features For Profiles

Twitter is launching a new look for profile pages, and some new features to go with it. The design features a large image across the top of the screen, even bigger than your Facebook cover photo. New features include Best Tweets, Pinned Tweet and Filtered Tweets. Best tweets are those that have received more engagement. They will appear a little …

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Facebook Answers Your Questions About The New Page Design

Earlier this month, Facebook announced a new redesign for Facebook Pages. The changes began rolling out, but the company has been telling Page admins that they can get on a waiting list for the new design. It’s rare that Facebook ever rolls out major changes quickly. The new layout essentially puts all posts in one column on the right, and …

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Google Redesigns Search Results On Desktop

Google has been “experimenting” with a new design for its search results pages, which gets rid of the underline on links, increases the font size, and gets rid of the colored boxes around ads in favor of a more organic look (don’t worry, they’re still labeled). Google regularly does these “experiments” and tests, and many of them never see the …

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Facebook Redesigns Timelines For Pages

Facebook announced the launch of some changes to Pages, including a redesigned timeline, new options for admin tools and a new Pages to Watch feature. With the new Timeline design, all posts will appear on the right-side column, while the left side will display business info if applicable (hours, map, phone number, web address), photos and videos. “No matter where …

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YouTube Launches Design Tweaks, Emphasizes Playlists

YouTube announced a few design tweaks, which it says are designed to make it easer to find what you want to watch, and to collect playlists. The guide now contains all the playlists you’ve created as well as those you’ve liked from other channels. When you make a new one, there’s a new page for editing it. There’s also a …

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Google Analytics Gets A New Look

Google announced that it is pushing out some design tweaks to the navigation and sidebar in Google Analytics. “We think this is a simpler and more beautiful way to present your reports, dashboards and will make your analysis easier and faster,” the company says in a Google+ post. Google says the changes will be rolling out over the next few …

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Twitter Tries A More Facebook-Like Look For Profiles

Twitter and Facebook have been becoming more and more like one another for years, and the trend continues with a new design Twitter is testing for its user profile pages on the desktop. It’s unclear just how many people are seeing the new look, but it is drastically different, and yes, it is quite Facebook-like in some ways. Mashable has …

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Yelp Launches New Interface, Business Pages

Yelp announced that it is rolling out a new site design along with a new look for business pages. Rather than making a few teaks, the’ve elected to take the “from the ground up” approach. The new design plays up local content contributed by Yelp users, while also making it easier to find business info. “Since photos are used to …

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Twitter Gets A Redesign On The Web

Twitter announced on Monday that it is rolling out a new design for Twitter.com, which mirrors the look and feel of its mobile apps. The company didn’t go into many details, but announced the new look in a tweet: We're now rolling out a refreshed http://t.co/eNvqKTup1d reflecting the look & feel of our iOS & Android apps. pic.twitter.com/Mb6qjjP8Dm — Twitter …

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LinkedIn Rolls Out An Inbox Revamp

LinkedIn announced the roll-out of a new redesign to its inbox, which it says is one of the top five destinations on LinkedIn. Here’s a look: The changes are supposed to make it easier to navigate and to manage your connections. The design includes larger pictures, a centralized navigation on the left side and within each message. This, LinkedIn says, …

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