All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘redesigns’

Google Adds Familiar Navigation to Mobile Homepage

Google is making efforts to make its mobile experience more unified, much like it has been doing with the desktop experience over the past year or so. Google has updated its mobile homepage to include a new navigation panel, which basically mirrors the one found in the Google+ app. It’s pretty much the mobile version of the top black navigation …

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Twitter Launches A Redesign For TweetDeck

Twitter announced the launch of a new redesign to popular Twitter client TweetDeck, which it bought last year. The update applies to the TweetDeck app across all supported platforms, which include: web, Chrome, Mac and Windows. The background is now lighter, and you can switch themes by clicking on the theme indicator on the top toolbar. You can also change …

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eBay Launches Pinterest-Like Site Redesign to Accompany That New Logo

According to eBay, the online marketplace logged over 4 million new users in the first half over 2012. We also know that eBay’s mobile apps just hit the 100 million download milestone. And as of today, eBay has over 350 million individual listings. eBay wants you to know that they are growing, and in an attempt to make the site …

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StumbleUpon Gets Big Desktop Redesign, Adds Lists

Last week, StumbleUpon introduced a new iOS app, which brought some new features to the service that have not been available on the desktop version or in StumbleUpon’s other mobile apps. Now, the company has brought some of those features (and a bit more) to the desktop experience. StumbleUpon VP, Product, Cody Simms, gave us a tour of the new …

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Myspace Teases Massive Redesign [VIDEO]

If anything could benefit from a massive overhaul, it’s beleaguered social network Myspace. What was once the premier social forum on the internet, Myspace slowly (then suddenly and violently) ceded territory to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and many other growing communities. Now, it looks like Myspace is getting that overhaul. Behold, new Myspace: “We’re hard at work building the new Myspace, …

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Twitter Launches New iOS, Android Apps Alongside New Profiles

Twitter has just announced a major redesign of user profile pages to include an all new header photo that sits at the top of the page. The new photo is now where a user’s handle, information, and profile pic resides. Twitter says that this new emphasis on a large header photo will help users better express themselves across multiple devices. …

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Twitter Unveils New Look For Profiles

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo went on the Today Show this morning to talk about the company, and ended up unveiling an all new look for Twitter profile pages. And because he was on the Today Show, the various NBC personalities are the first ones to show off the all new design. What you see above is how the Today Show’s …

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YouTube Makes Some Changes To Channel Pages

YouTube announced some tweaks to its channel pages. It has merged the Feed and Video tabs into a single “Browse Videos” tab. “This new tab will house all Channel activity: uploads, playlists, likes, activity, and comments. Upon clicking the ‘Browse videos’ tab, by default your viewers will be taken to Uploads, but they can easily view other activity using the …

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Google Gives AdSense Interface An Update

Google has revealed a new redesign for the AdSense interface, which it is rolling out this week. “Your account will still have the same general structure, but you’ll notice some gradual updates to introduce cleaner design elements,” says Arlene Lee of Google’s Inside AdSense Team. “If you’re also using Analytics or AdWords, you’ll be familiar with some of the updates.” …

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Hulu Launches New Design That’s All About Discovery

Hulu has just unveiled a big redesign to their site that changes up the look, but also adds features and sections that aim to help users find the shows they want to watch, when they want to watch them. Hulu wants you to find those “hidden gems,” and that what this UI update is all about. “As we worked on …

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Yelp Has A New Redesign, And Here’s What It Looks Like

Most of the time, when a popular site pushes out a major redesign, it gets a large amount of backlash from users who liked the way things were. Whether users like Yelp’s new design or not, I don’t think many would disagree that it was badly in need of some sprucing up from its very dated look. “Over the years …

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Last.fm Gets Some Changes, With More On The Way

After testing them for a couple weeks, Last.fm is pushing out some new design changes, and says that there will be more in the coming weeks and months. The secondary navigation menu has been moved from the left side to the upper-right side on most pages on the site. Here’s a look at the before and after: Before After “This …

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