Twitter has recently rolled out a series of design updates for profile pages.
Announced during a morning news program, The Today Show, by Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo, the new design updates are said to be focused on profile pages and an iPad update, aiming to add more personality to member pages.
As what the company had said on its blog about the web update, “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.”
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So there is now a new look for Twitter's profile pages. The new redesign has brought member profile photos to the forefront spot in the center of the page. A huge long horizontal header image can now be uploaded by users and this will run across the top and room has been made for Facebook Timeline-like cover images.
The page itself has also been readjusted to play up other visuals as well. Your existing profile picture or avatar is now being displayed front and center, no longer found in the corner. The photo stream, too, has been moved up, and will now be accessible on the apps.
These fresh redesigns won't just be seen on twitter.com, either, but is also made visible on mobile apps as well, including Twitter's all-new, totally rebuilt iPad app.
According to Costolo on the show, the recent changes in Twitter’s profile page are said to be “all about bringing that personality forward.” This means bringing more media and more photos forward so that these media experiences will be much easier to see and be flipped through them.
It was also announced by the company that there are new apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices.