Twitter searching for new design |

With the increasing popularity of Facebook’s timeline, Twitter is also introducing a new user friendly timeline design. This design is thought to be more user friendly and easier to navigate.
Just have a look and compare the given pictures if you have any doubts.
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Most people are familiar with Facebook’s timeline design. Now see below for Twitter’s new look which is similar to Facebook’s Timeline:

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This is Twitter’s latest look. The left hand side picture profile and an enlarged header photo are similar to Facebook’s timeline.

Beside this, Twitter seems to be very clever to take advantage of other media designs to make it look better. For example images and videos are added in the horizontal layout of ‘boxes’ for content that is similar to Google+ and Pinterest.

This will definitely help Twitter to generate greater advertising revenue because currently only the promoted tweets, trends and accounts are allowed for generating revenue but with the new design, there is more visual support.

The recommended header photo size in the test version is 1500 x 500 pixels, up from 1252 x 626 in the current design, so users with the new design will want to switch their picture so it doesn’t look stretched.Under the header photo, there are several options such as count for tweets, photos/videos, who you are following, followers, favorites and lists.

Twitter is currently testing these aspects with a smaller group of users. Let’s anticipate that this change will be introduced soon. It makes sense to adapt to this new change which is already familiar? Share your thoughts with us. You can either email us at info@visnetwork.com.au or simply dial at 0431 041 875.We are available on your service 24/7.

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