LinkedIn is starting to roll out a redesigned homepage this week.
LinkedIn’s profile revamp aims to help users break the ice.
Spotify’s cross-platform renovation features a slick user interface, modern design elements and a ‘My Music’ option.
Voice Media Group has updated its BestOf app to help readers navigate the best local entertainment, restaurants, and bars in their cities through the eyes of alternative newspapers including LA Weekly and the Village Voice.
After two years, the creators of the social shopping site Fab have announced a five-part plan to transition the company from a flash-sale retailer to its own unique brand. One reason, explained founder and CEO Jason Goldberg, is that less than 40 percent of the company’s revenue comes from flash sales. In 2012, Fab’s inventory grew from 2,000 products to 15,000 products from more than 10,000 designers.
Today, Pinterest has released to all users a redesigned layout with bigger pictures and enhanced search tools. The team completely rebuilt the online inspiration board at its foundation to make it more reliable, the company said, but the most noticeable differences for users will be the changes to the search results.
Comedy Central has redesigned its news and politics website to better incorporate its social media posts with the help of the publishing service RebelMouse. Visitors to the CC: Indecision page today will be greeted with a smiling Donald Trump.
Three of the top social networks have undergone a redesign in the last year. This social media cheat sheet details the image sizes you’ll need for your Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube accounts. Is your page or profile up to date?
eBay is moving forward with the more visual design it first introduced in October. Today, more than 90 percent of eBay users based in the U.S. will see the new, personalized homepage as soon as they log into the site as the company rolls out the design to the rest of eBay’s users worldwide.
It seems like every couple of months YouTube has been rolling out a new homepage or channel redesign and they’re at it again. Yesterday they rolled out the new “YouTube One Channel” to select partners, including iJustine, DeStorm, EpicMealTime, SORTED, MysteryGuitarMan, LOUD and Geek & Sundry. According to iJustine’s post on the YouTube Creators Blog, the new channels design will soon be available to everyone, and she takes us through the new layout and features in a video guide.