EBay has done a major redesign with a new logo, Pinterest looking feed and aggressive plans to wade deeper into daily deals, search and shipping. The new feed rolls out to US customers over the next 100 days. International users will see the new changes in early 2013.
Twitter has started rolling out redesigned layout for website, iPhone and iPad apps. The redesign offer a more consistent experience across mobile devices and the Web.
Following Facebook footsteps, Twitter has updated the layout of the profile pages to include a featured image at the top of the Twitter page. The new profile pages also highlight photos, showing more images from Twitter users.
Starting today you can make your presence on Twitter more meaningful with new Twitter profiles. Upload an all-new header photo on mobile apps for iPad, iPhone and Android or twitter.com, and the same image will appear whenever anyone views your profile on the web or these apps. You can upload your header photo, which appears above your Tweets, to express yourself instantly, anywhere.
Facebook is rolling out Timeline over the next few weeks to all 800 million users and there is no escaping it. Once you get timeline, you’ll have 7 days to preview what’s there now. This gives you a chance to add or hide whatever you want before anyone else sees it.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed during the F8 developers’conference the revamped profile page called Timeline. He described it has timeline being the story of your life. The profile page will have a new layout that organizes your life in reverse chronological order based on the content you’ve shared on your Facebook profile.
YouTube has redesigned its homepage to emphasize channels – less like the Internet and more like TV. Channels now occupy the wide, middle column and recommended videos on the right panel. Profiles and popular channels on the left.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has revealed during the F8 developers’conference the revamped profile page called Timeline. He described it has timeline being the story of your life. The profile page will have a new layout that organizes your life in reverse chronological order based on the content you’ve shared on your Facebook profile. It is now available to developers but you can activate it an try it out now by following this link.
Amazon is launching a 7 inch tablet for $250 this November. The tablet will feature button-less front, 6Gb storage, no camera, modified Android OS, and more.
Amazon has confirmed that the company’s website is in the midst of a redesign that will simplify and optimize it for tablets. The new design features less clutter, more white space, larger menu navigation buttons, a re-worked search bar and more emphasize on Instant Video, MP3s, Cloud Player, Kindle, Cloud Drive, Android apps and audio books.
Facebook rolled out an extensive makeover of the Facebook profile pages and it timed to coincide with the 60 Minutes interview of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
The new profile page will feature a new introduction with a quick summary of who you are, giving friends an easy way to see where you live now, where you’re working, etc. You can now highlight more meaningful relationships with family and friends. Find out more here.
Microblogging sensation Twitter is redesigning its website to make it easier for its users to search and navigate the service.
From Twitter, the new features are:
- New design. The site has a cleaner timeline and a rich details pane that instantly adds more impact to individual Tweets while still maintaining the simplicity of the timeline. And, experience infinite scroll — you no longer have to click “more” to view additional Tweets.
- Media. Now, it’s easy to see embedded photos and videos directly on Twitter, thanks to partnerships with DailyBooth, deviantART, Etsy, Flickr, Justin.TV, Kickstarter, Kiva, Photozou, Plixi, Twitgoo, TwitPic, TwitVid, USTREAM, Vimeo, yfrog, and YouTube.
- Related content. When you click a Tweet, the details pane shows additional information related to the author or subject. Depending on the Tweet’s content, you may see: replies, other Tweets by that user, a map of where a geotagged Tweet was sent from, and more.
- Mini profiles. Click a username to see a mini profile without navigating from the page, which provides quick access to account information, including bio and recent Tweets.