Google+ Making Major Changes to Design
Google just announced a major redesign for Google+. The Google+ pages now look a lot more like for example Facebook.
There is a major focus on the new navigation which is much more focussed on ease for the user. Google says:
One of the first things you’ll notice is a new way to get around the stream. Instead of static icons at the top, there’s a dynamic ribbon of applications on the left. This approach comes with lots of perks, but some of our favorites include:
– You can drag apps up or down to create the order you want
– You can hover over certain apps to reveal a set of quick actions
– You can show or hide apps by moving them in and out of “More”
Google produced these videos with the launch:
I am not seeing it myself yet but I am sure that will come quickly. Our friend Alex Moss did and sent us these pictures:
Are you seeing it? What do you think?