Twitter, with millions of daily users, always stresses over simplicity, unique and innovative designs with rigid visitors base. Taking into this account, Twitter brings a significant change and design upgrade to its UI and has unveiled a new look in its next update which will be revealing in its upcoming week’s update. Twitter new look comprises of a lot of changes to the majorly used buttons and interfaces with significant changes to its messaging service. Twitter new look, now claims to have optimized the message service by a good fraction, based on a lot of user suggestion and feedback.
Source: Twitter Blog
“Today, with lots of feedback and ideas from you, we’re refreshing our product too and making it feel lighter, faster, and easier to use. We listened closely and kept what you love. Now update instantly with a reply, Retweet, and like counts so you can see conversations as they’re happening.”- said Twitter in their blog post.
There will be series of updates and changes rolling across which will be visible on the official website, iOS app, Android App and Twitter Lite.
Updates In Twitter New Look:-
- There are a whole new side navigation menu and fewer tabs at the bottom of our app, leading to less clutter and easier browsing.
- Links to articles and websites will now be opening in Safari’s viewer in the Twitter app, so you will be easily able to access the accounts on sites you are logged in.
- New added bolder headlines to make it easier for the user to focus on what’s happening more rigidly.
- A transformation of rectangular profile pictures to rounded profile photos to make it clearer to see what’s being said and by whom it is said.
- There will be more intuitive icons that will make it easier to engage with other users.
- The icons are made lighter for more seamless interaction and interfacing
Source: Twitter Blog
As usual, you can expect Twitterati to be much more at trolling heights after knowing about the changes. Users indecisively didn’t enjoy the new updates and kept on mocking the new looks and design. The heat even went to calling the new layout as “The Blue-SpongeBob” which carried with 30,000 more trolling tweets. So what you feel about the new design and looks roll out? We would love to hear it from you in comments below.