Facebook Continues Redesign Rollout With New Look for Pages

Facebook redesigned its news feed last week, but the company isn't stopping there. Next up for a makeover is Facebook Pages Facebook announced a new look for Pages on Monday, changing the appearance for both Page visitors and Page admins to what the company is calling a more "streamlined" look. See also: Facebook Unveils News Feed Redesign, One Year Later The new design includes two columns similar to the old version, but the right column is now the Page's timeline and the left includes information about the brand or corporation. In the previous design, both columns served as the Timeline; posts were staggered between the left and right columns as users scrolled down Read more...More about Redesign, Facebook, News Feed, Pages, and Social...

YouTube’s Redesign Smells a Lot Like Mobile

YouTube took the wraps off a site redesign on Friday, one that borrows heavily from the service's mobile apps. Its new site is better designed to display on any size screen and has more of an emphasis on playlists. Now when you Like a playlist, it will appear in the left sidebar. Playlists you create will be listed in the sidebar, too, just one click away from anywhere on the site. A simplified editing page makes creating playlists easier as well. See also: 20 Funniest YouTube Videos According to Reddit YouTube's website is also now center-aligned with a more card-like appearance, just like its mobile apps. The front page is simple, with just two views: What to Watch and Your Subscriptions. If you want things even more austere, you can also hide the left sidebar with a toggle button right beside the YouTube logo. The sidebar automatically disappears when the browser window gets too thin (though you can get it back by clicking the toggle). Read more...More about Redesign, Youtube, Playlists, Tech, and Apps...